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Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)
Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)
Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)
Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)
Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)
Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)
Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)
Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)

Making van Gogh (wyd. niemieckie)

  • Making van Gogh nimmt das Œuvre Vincent van Goghs im Kontext seiner Rezeption in den Blick.
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Making van Gogh nimmt das Œuvre Vincent van Goghs im Kontext seiner Rezeption in den Blick. Der Band thematisiert die besondere Rolle, die Galerien, Kunstkritik, Privatsammlungen und Museen in Deutschland für seine Erfolgsgeschichte spielten. Zugleich wird auch die Bedeutung van Goghs als Vorbild für die Kunst des Expressionismus beleuchtet.

Vincent van Goghs Malerei übte Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts eine besondere Faszination vor allem auf junge Künstler*innen in Deutschland aus. Bereits knapp fünfzehn Jahre nach seinem Tod wurde der Niederländer als einer der bedeutendsten Vorreiter der modernen Malerei wahrgenommen. Eine Auswahl von Schlüsselwerken aus allen Schaffensphasen des Malers trifft auf Arbeiten von Max Beckmann, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Gabriele Münter, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff u. a.

Symbol
9783941399969
Producer code
9783941399969
Author
Alexander Eiling
Felix Krämer
Cover
oprawa twarda
Publisher
Hirmer Verlag
Language
German
Liczba stron
352
Format
230 x 280
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