Vincent van Gogh started his career in 1880 as a rather old-fashioned artist, working during his Dutch years in the grey and dark palette of his great examples, the painters of the Barbizon and hague schools.
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|Artist||Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890)|
|Number of pages||128|
|Dimensions||280 x 220|
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|Museum||Vincent van Gogh Foundation, Arles|
Exhibition catalogue "Van Gogh - Colours of the North, Colours of the South", presented at the Van Gogh Foundation, Arles (7 April - 31 August, 2014).
After his move to Paris in 1886, he developped a truly modern style with a bright and foreceful palette.
When he settled in Arles in February 1888, the light and colours of Provence inspired him profoundly, and his work from that time established his reputation as one of the most significant colorist of all time.
With a focused approach, nine paintings by Van Gogh are shown in the context of both the painters that inspired his early work as well as those who guided his transtion to modernity.
> See exhibition details on ArtActu.com
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