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The poetry of reality : Dutch painters of the nineteenth Century

Author: Marjan van Heteren; Guido Jansen; Ronald de Leeuw; et al
Publisher: Amsterdam : Waanders Publishers, 2000.
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"The Poetry of Reality is a survey of Dutch painting of the nineteenth century." "135 of the finest paintings have been selected for this book. They are all reproduced in colour and presented in chronological order, forming a pictorial record of developments in nineteenth-century painting. All the famous names are there: Wouter van Troostwijk, Barend Cornelis Koekkoek, Andreas Schelfhout, Johannes Bosboom, the  Read more...
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Heteren, Marjan van.
Poetry of reality.
Amsterdam : Waanders Publishers, 2000
(OCoLC)629886810
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marjan van Heteren; Guido Jansen; Ronald de Leeuw; et al
ISBN: 9040094179 9789040094170
OCLC Number: 45804799
Description: 215 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Other Titles: Poëzie der werkelijkheid.
Dutch painters of the nineteenth century
Responsibility: Marjan van Heteren, Guido Jansen, Ronald De Leeuw ; with contributions from Wouter Kloek ... [et al.].

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"The Poetry of Reality is a survey of Dutch painting of the nineteenth century." "135 of the finest paintings have been selected for this book. They are all reproduced in colour and presented in chronological order, forming a pictorial record of developments in nineteenth-century painting. All the famous names are there: Wouter van Troostwijk, Barend Cornelis Koekkoek, Andreas Schelfhout, Johannes Bosboom, the brothers Jacob, Matthijs and Willem Maris, George Hendrik Breitner, Johan Barthold Jongkind and Vincent van Gogh." "In his introductory article Ronald de Leeuw, director of the Rijksmuseum, describes how the collection was assembled."--BOOK JACKET.

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