Van Gogh and Expressionism
by Maurice Tuchman
Publisher: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation 1964
Number of pages: 44
An attempt to illustrate Vincent Van Gogh's influence on subsequent art movements, such as Abstract Expressionism. In lieu of discussing which artists exerted an influence on Van Gogh, curator Maurice Tuchman discusses how Van Gogh was a model for the modern Expressionists of the 21st century.
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