What of Shoes?: Van Gogh and Art History

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Old and used looking, that's how the most openly discussed shoes in art history look: a pair of black working boots, painted by Vincent van Gogh in Paris in 1886. Philosophers and art historians alike fight to this day about the meaning of art and the nature of being by means of this painting. This also led to a lively discourse about the meaning of painted old shoes.

What of Shoes?: Van Gogh and Art History 2009, E.A. Seemann

ISBN-13: 9783865022189

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