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Fri Mar 21 17:16:18 2014 UTClccn-n790229350.00Baby Van Gogh [exploring colors through art, music and video]0.250.73True to temperament : Van Gogh and French naturalist literature /9854560Vincent_van_Goghn 79022935256706Fan Gao, 1853-1890Fan Gao, Wensente, 1853-1890Fan Gohho Finsento 1853-1890Fan-kaoFan-kao, 1853-1890Fan-kuFan-ku, 1853-1890Fan'gaoFangao, 1853-1890FanguFangu, 1853-1890Fangu, WenshengFangu, Wensheng, 1853-1890Gao, Wensente Fan, 1853-1890Gkonk, Binsent ban 1853-1890Gog, Vinsent van, 1853-1890Gog, Winsent van, 1853-1890Gogh, ... van, 1853-1890Gogh, Vicent VanGogh, Vicent van, 1853-1890Gogh, Vicente van, 1853-1890Gogh, Vincent vanGogh Vincent Van 1853-1890Gogh, Vincent W. van 1853-1890Gogh, Vincent Wilhelm vanGogh, Vincent Willem, 1853-1890Gogh, Vincent-Willem vanGogh, Vincent-Willem van, 1853-1890Gogh, Wincent Willem vanGogha, Fajka van, 1853-1890Gogs, Vinsents van, 1853-1890Kohŭl, Pinsent pan 1853-1890Van-Gog, Vincent, 1853-1890Van-Gog, Vint︠s︡entVan-Gog, Vint︠s︡ent, 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Marie1897-2002auiothedtctbcrenc-van gogh museum amsterdamVan Gogh Museum, Amsterdamedtnc-rijksmuseum vincent van goghRijksmuseum Vincent van Goghlccn-n86033401Hulsker, JanothadpedtGogh, Vincent van1853-1890BiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsCatalogsFictionHistoryInteractive multimediaBibliographyGogh, Vincent van,NetherlandsPaintersArtistsFranceImpressionism (Art)Painting, DutchMissing personsArt theftsRevengeFrance--ArlesPsychologySeptember 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001)Gauguin, Paul,Themes, motivesHomesPaintingNetherlands--AmsterdamVan Gogh Museum, AmsterdamArt appreciationGogh, Theo van,Artistic collaborationArt dealersFriendshipArt--ExpertisingForgeryMental healthStone, Irving,Art, ModernSymbolism (Art movement)TravelColorBernard, Emile,Color--Psychological aspectsMusic and colorSlides (Photography)Art, DutchEnglandEngland--LondonArt, BritishRijksmuseum Vincent van GoghNaturalism in literatureFrench literatureArt and literatureWheat in artGardens in artRich peopleArt Institute of ChicagoDetective and mystery storiesMurder 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Vincent vanVincent van Gogh : the drawingsCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsBibliographyInteractive multimediaSelf-portraitsRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsPresents nineteen of the extant letters from Van Gogh to Émile Bernard, written between 1887 and 1889, that illustrate Van Gogh's artistic struggles during the time, including paintings and drawings of other prominent artists+-+82663456355145537ocn019637318book19000.24Gogh, Vincent vanVan GoghCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsInteractive multimediaRecords and correspondenceDescribes the career of Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh, and presents and briefly discusses more than forty of his masterpieces+-+K78757550514591ocn039322561book19980.27Kendall, RichardVan Gogh's van Goghs : masterpieces from the Van Gogh Museum, AmsterdamExhibition catalogs"Van Gogh's Van Goghs presents seventy paintings from the extraordinary collection of the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, home to the single greatest assemblage of the artist's paintings, drawings, and letters. The collection is based on works acquired directly from the artist by his brother Theo, an art dealer and the source of Vincent's financial and emotional support. All periods of Vincent van Gogh's brief but intensely productive career are represented: his earliest paintings in The Netherlands; his responses to French Impressionism in 1886; the images he painted while in hospitals in Arles and Saint-Remy in southern France; and his last, feverishly creative works in Auvers-sur-Oise. Van Gogh's Van Goghs represents a unique opportunity to sample the largest and most varied Van Gogh collection in the world. It accompanies a major exhibition organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art."--BOOK JACKET+-+811814563510281ocn656875746com20100.39Tromp, HenkA real Van Gogh how the art world struggles with truthDe kunstwereld is tot op heden bezig de echte van de valse Van Goghs te onderscheiden. In 1928 ontdekte de expert J.B. de la Faille tot zijn schrik dat zijn Van Gogh-catalogus tientallen valse werken bevatte. Hij wilde ze uit de catalogus verwijderen, maar stuitte daarbij op verzet van onder anderen handelaren, verzamelaars en critici. Het zou het begin vormen van een heftige belangenstrijd in de kunstwereld. Henk Tromp toont de minder aangename kanten van deze wereld aan de hand van speciale archieven van organisaties en particulieren. Hij laat zien hoe bewondering voor Van Goghs werken en liefde voor de waarheid het soms afleggen tegen hebzucht, vrees voor gezichtsverlies, ideologische verblinding en politieke belangen89810ocn000479864book19610.33Gogh, Vincent vanVan Gogh: a self-portrait; letters revealing his life as a painterRecords and correspondence87195ocn041233176book19410.23Walther, Ingo FVincent Van Gogh : 1853-1890Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPictorial worksExhibition catalogsBiografie van de Nederlandse schilder, waarin diens ontwikkeling als kunstenaar in relatie tot de andere aspecten van zijn gecompliceerde persoonlijkheid geschetst wordt+-+80772377387733ocn002610273book19530.33Estienne, CharlesVan Gogh [critical studyWith a biographical section by C. A. Sibert5524ocn038833097book19980.59Maurer, Naomi EThe pursuit of spiritual wisdom : the thought and art of Vincent van Gogh and Paul GauguinCriticism, interpretation, etc"This book explores van Gogh's and Gauguin's concepts of spirituality in life and art, and the ways in which their ideas and the events of their personal lives shaped their creation of repertoires of meaningful symbolic motifs."--BOOK JACKET+-+84928138355351ocn001927848book19750.06Dobrin, ArnoldI am a stranger on the earth : the story of Vincent Van GoghJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the nineteenth-century Dutch artist emphasizing the interrelationship of his life and his art53320ocn053355759book19890.07Klein, Adam GVincent Van GoghCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsThis book discusses Vincent van Gogh's earliest influences and the people and events that inspired his work+-+51127795964985ocn001282396book19630.50Graetz, H. RThe symbolic language of Vincent van Gogh4791ocn049805068visuBaby Van Gogh [exploring colors through art, music and video]Juvenile worksBaby Van Gogh is an enriching new approach to learning colors through the context of paintings by Van Gogh. This video follows the antics of Vincent Van Goat, the art-loving puppet, as he creates six masterpieces, each dedicated to a particular color. During Vincent's creative process, you and your child can explore the way colors make us feel, see the presence of colors in familiar objects and discover that paintings are combinations of many colors4511ocn030335642book19940.06Loumaye, JacquelineVan Gogh : the touch of yellowJuvenile worksBiographyTwo children discover a Vincent van Gogh painting+-+32637564254103ocn028293942book19920.56Silverman, DeboraVan Gogh in England : portrait of the artist as a young manHistoryExhibition catalogs+-+12616880353244098ocn033464371book19950.33Nemeczek, AlfredVan Gogh in ArlesCriticism, interpretation, etcThe authoritative text dispenses with the myth and speculation that surround this period of Van Gogh's life, and uses firm evidence - Van Gogh's 796 published letters to his younger brother Theo - to place the artist in a dramatic new light: he is established as a stranger among strangers, having had little time away from his work to socialize in his new environment. The book also identifies Van Gogh's ambition to create a new form of art, and carefully documents and analyzes his artistic development in those frenetic times+-+K9396864284032ocn039013694book19970.21Plazy, GillesIn the footsteps of Van GoghBiography+-+K5073352154018ocn000174981book19360.50Gogh, Vincent vanLetters to an artist; from Vincent van Gogh to Anton ridder van Rappard, 1881-1885Records and correspondence3721ocn024796466book19920.73Sund, JudyTrue to temperament : Van Gogh and French naturalist literatureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcAnd his development as a visual artist. Van Gogh considered reading to be "a matter of importance that greatly influences one's work," and though he resolutely avoided the anecdotal and illustrative in his art, his oeuvre is nonetheless marked by his literary pursuits. In this study, Sund reveals the multiple and often subtle ways in which Van Gogh used nonnarrative imagery to evoke beloved texts. Citing primary sources, she demonstrates that Van Gogh considered French+-+45356967053243636ocn069645818book20060.59Kosinski, Dorothy MVan Gogh's sheaves of wheatExhibition catalogs"Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) viewed wheat as a central metaphor of the cycle of life and the creative process. As such, it was a theme that he consistently explored throughout his career. This book examines the artist's personal and visual fascination with wheat, analyzing the significance that the motif - and by extension, the peasant at work in nature - played within the social and cultural framework of 19th-century France and in the works of other artists of the time." "Focusing on his powerful Sheaves of Wheat from the Wendy and Emery Reves Collection at the Dallas Museum of Art - one of thirteen canvases completed in the last month of his life - this book features illustrations of Van Gogh's works as well as personal correspondence and letters. Related images by such prominent contemporary artists as Emile Bernard, Jules Breton, Charles-Francois Daubigny, Paul Gauguin, Jean-Francois Millet, Claude Monet, and Camille Pissarro are also included. Together these works reveal the larger social and political trends of 19th-century France."--BOOK JACKET+-+37226655853582ocn647220242book20110.06Lossani, ChiaraVincent van Gogh and the colors of the windJuvenile worksBiographyVincent van Gogh had one true teacher: Nature. Nature taught him about light, shadows, shape, and colors. And he had one single appraiser: his brother Theo. Today Vincent van Gogh is one of the most famous painters in the world+-+554803753516043408ocn057731018book19000.28Gogh, Vincent vanVincent van Gogh : the drawingsCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsBibliographyInteractive multimediaSelf-portraitsRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsPresents a collection of the drawings of Vincent Van Gogh, providing images of his works in charcoal, chalk, ink, graphite, and watercolor, and including essays the place each drawing in its historical context, explaining its significance+-+K57256558514482363ocn025367741book19000.24Gogh, Vincent vanVan GoghCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsInteractive multimediaRecords and correspondenceLooks at Van Gogh's life and career, analyzes details of selected paintings, and discusses influences on his art+-+03239943254128123ocn030928280book19340.24Stone, IrvingLust for life : the novel of Vincent van GoghBiographyFictionA fictional account of the life of Vincent van Gogh, the tormented genius who put so much of himself into his art that he found it difficult to maintain himself in ordinary society+-+1497177095349320ocn000024225book19690.21Wallace, RobertThe world of Van Gogh, 1853-1890HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThis volume surveys the life, career, work and times of Vincent Van Gogh, with background information on other artists of that period, emphasizing the works of Gaugin and Toulouse-Lautrec24391ocn061758057book20060.14Archer, JeffreyFalse impressionFictionSuspense fictionIn the aftermath of an aristocrat's murder on September 10, 2001, for her priceless Van Gogh painting, Anna, a World Trade Center survivor, takes advantage of her "presumed dead" status and travels throughout the world to avenge the woman's death+-+8728087685215016ocn693750996book20110.21Naifeh, StevenVan Gogh : the LifeBiographyDraws on newly available primary sources to present an in-depth, accessible profile that offers revisionist assessments of the influential artist's turbulent life and genius works+-+0392500285208560ocn006154605book19100.47Meier-Graefe, JuliusVincent van Gogh, a biographical studyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsMonografie o vynikajícím, vždy znovu svou tvorbou a pohnutým životem vzrušujícím malíři, "jenž ve svém díle výtvarně vyjádřil nejen existenciální konflikty lidského života, ale i nový vztah člověka a kosmu a otevřel cestu k oněm hlubinným vrstvám lidské psychiky, z nichž rostlo i umění dvacátého století". Doprovázejí ji většinou barevné reprodukce umělcových děl+-+680707139519376ocn044768878book20010.06Greenberg, JanVincent Van Gogh : portrait of an artistJuvenile worksBiographyVincent van Gogh₆one of the 19th century's most brilliant artists will forever be remembered as the Dutchman who cut off his ear. But this incident only underscores the passion that consumed him a passion that, when he took up painting at age 27, infused his work. Whether painting a portrait, a landscape, or a still life, Van Gogh sought to capture the vibrant spirit of his subject. It didn't matter that others found his work too unconventional. Van Gogh persevered. And as he moved from the cold climate of Holland to balmy southern France, he pioneered a new technique and style. In a career spanning only a decade, Van Gogh painted many great works, yet fame eluded him. This lack of recognition increased his self-doubts and bitter disappointments. Today, however, Van Gogh stands as a giant among artists. Grade 5 and up+-+5153780385178615ocn032465143book19370.28Gogh, Vincent vanDear Theo : the autobiography of Vincent Van GoghBiographyRecords and correspondenceA selection of the letters by Vincent van Gogh to his brother shares his outlook on life and art+-+5950277095171352ocn021961776book19410.23Walther, Ingo FVincent Van Gogh : 1853-1890Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPictorial worksExhibition catalogsThis richly illustrated and expert study follows the artist from the early gloom laden paintings in which he captured the misery of peasant and workers in his homeland, through his bright and colourful Parisian period, to the work of his final years spent under a southern sun in Aries+-+K778137738160919ocn016533568book19580.47Gogh, Vincent vanComplete letters of Vincent van Gogh : with reproductions of all the drawings in the correspondenceRecords and correspondence+-+9581776735160835ocn036993388book19630.28Gogh, Vincent vanThe letters of Vincent van GoghBiographyRecords and correspondenceMost unusually among major painters, Vincent van Gogh (1853-90) was also an accomplished writer. His letters provide both a unique self-portrait and a vivid picture of the contemporary cultural scene+-+7086448625324154111ocn021226279book19900.24Sweetman, DavidVan Gogh : his life and his artBiography15343ocn017805778book19880.06Venezia, MikeVan GoghJuvenile worksBiographyBriefly examines the life and work of the nineteenth-century Dutchman who was one of the greatest artists of all time+-+692775160513775ocn047168698book20010.27Druick, Douglas WVan Gogh and Gauguin : the studio of the southBiography"The friendship of Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin - including an intense, two-month collaboration in Aries, in the south of France - is one of the most revealing and dynamic relationships in the history of modern art. When they first met in Paris in late 1887, they were two of a number of artists seeking a way to move beyond impressionism. They found common ground in the belief that progressive art should be created at a distance from urban decadence, a conviction that led Gauguin to Brittany and van Gogh to Aries in the early months of 1888." "Published on the occasion of a landmark exhibition organized by The Art Institute of Chicago and the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the book is a provocative study of influence and innovation. With a wealth of illustrations, it offers a new perspective on some of the best-known masterpieces of modern art, as well as fresh insight into two of its central personalities."--BOOK JACKET+-+290560550513588ocn000983731book19710.06Raboff, Ernest LloydVincent Van GoghJuvenile worksBiographyA brief biography of this nineteenth-century Dutch painter accompanies reproductions and analyses of several of his works133515ocn062257104visu19560.22Stone, IrvingLust for lifeDramaFilm adaptationsKirk Douglas gives a fierce portrayal as the artist torn between the joyous inspiration of his genius and the dark desperation of his tormented mind12982ocn020594983book19900.23Hulsker, JanVincent and Theo van Gogh : a dual biographyBiography129310ocn065425856book20060.22Gayford, MartinThe yellow house : Van Gogh, Gauguin, and nine turbulent weeks in ArlesFrom October to December 1888, Paul Gauguin shared a home in Arles with Vincent van Gogh. This was, without doubt, the most celebrated cohabitation in art history: never, before or since have two such towering artistic talents been penned up in so small a space. They were the Odd Couple of art history. Predictably, the results were explosive. The dénouement of their life together has entered into folklore. Two months after Gauguin arrived in Arles, Van Gogh suffered a psychological crisis. He spent most of the rest of his life in a mental institution. Gauguin fled from Arles, and they never saw each other again. But in the brief period during which they worked together a stream of masterpieces was created within the studio they shared. Here, for the first time, the full story of their life together is told.--From publisher description+-+5654121685125910ocn030156908book19940.06Anholt, LaurenceCamille and the sunflowers : a story about Vincent Van GoghJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksThe artist, Vincent van Gogh, is seen through the eyes of a young boy entranced by Vincent's paintings; Picture fiction for older readers+-+2459157635+-+8118145635+-+8118145635Fri Mar 21 15:58:49 EDT 2014batch194007