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Highlights of the Exhibition Van Gogh and Gaugin The Studio of the South

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This is the 2001 catalog, Highlights of the Exhibition  Van Gogh and Gaugin: The Studio of the South, published in conjunction with the exhibit held at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam.  The catalog studies, against the context of larger cultural and political events, the influence of the friendship between Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gaugin on both artists' work.  It also profiles the paintings created by each artist through their stay together in Provence and beyond to Vincent's death in 1890.  A final section explore the remainder of Gaugin's career, both in Tahiti and the Marquesas, as an attempt to realize the ideals of the "Studio of the South." This paperback catalog has 80 pages of images and letters, which were written between 1887 and 1889.  Text in English.  This copy of Highlights of the Exhibition  Van Gogh and Gaugin: The Studio of the South is New.  Still in its original shrink-wrap.  (ISBN: 0-86559-195-4)