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This luxurious presentation of the gathering of the Van Gogh Museum is a richly orchestrated photograph of 19th-century paintings, with Vincent van Gogh at its middle. The ebook, illustrated in colour all through, contains a beneficiant choice of works from each interval of Van Gogh's creativity. additionally, works initially bought through Vincent and his brother Theo via buy or alternate are integrated -- work by means of Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec, Monticelli, Pissarro, and others. A wide and various collection of ecu paintings of the later nineteenth century offers one other context for Van Gogh's work.

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