Catalogue of the Van Gogh Museum's Collection of Japanese Prints

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The young Vincent Van Gogh began to collect Japanese prints in Antwerp in 1886. Later in Paris Van Gogh and his brother Theo expanded the collection and began to deal in prints. From his Antwerp days up to his stay in the Institution at S. Remy, Japanese prints decorated the walls of Vincent's rooms and Japanese art colored his outlook. The collection that the brothers amassed is illustrated here in its entirety. Van Gogh's interest in Japanese prints was by no means exceptional at the time. He was conscious of the fact ...

Catalogue of the Van Gogh Museum's Collection of Japanese Prints 1999, University of Washington Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9789066302914

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