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Van Gogh and Japan

A joint international project with the Van Gogh Museum
Van Gogh and Japan, the Japanese and Van Gogh:

Follow the trajectories of a mutual fascination spanning continents and centuries

 

Van Gogh’s visions of Japan were a major mainstay of his life and art. From an encounter and fascination with ukiyo-e prints, he went on to shape his own dreams of his imagined wonderland, infusing them with his ideals and drawing inspiration from them for his singular body of work.
Though his dreams sometimes led to disappointment—such as, for example, with his failed attempt to found a Japan-inspired artist’s community in the south of France—he continued to pursue a connection to Japan up to the end of his all too brief life.
This definitive catalogue explores the relationship between Van Gogh and Japan through more than 200 rich illustrations and reference to the latest research. Most distinctively, it details the story, told through 
material largely presented here for the first time, of the “sequel” to Van Gogh’s love of Japan: the reciprocal admiration for Van Gogh among artists and other Japanese of the early 20th century, many of whom traveled to Europe to pay homage to the master.

 

author’s

Nienke Bakker, Claire Guitton, Cornelia Homburg,

Tsukasa Kōdera, Louis van Tilborgh, Mao Matsuyama,

Haruka Morimoto, Keiko Omoto, Yukihiro Satō

 

関連書籍

『ファン・ゴッホ 巡りゆく日本の夢』
Van Gogh and Japan 日本語版

Van Gogh and Japan

□ 判型:A4変

□ 総頁:296頁
□ 製本:上製
□ 予価:15,000円+税
□ISBN 978-4-86152-625-1 C0071

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