Van Gogh's Bedrooms / edited by Gloria Groom ; with essays by Gloria Groom, David J. Getsy, Louis van Tilborgh and Inge Fiedler, Ella Hendriks, Teio Meedendorp, Michel Menu, and Johanna Salvant with contributions by Allison Perelman.
"Over the course of his life, Van Gogh lived in thirty-seven different homes. In 1888 the artist moved into the only place he considered his own: his beloved "Yellow House" in Arles, France. His second-floor bedroom became a sanctuary, and it inspired him to record it in paint. Van Go...
Art Institute of Chicago,
Walker Library - 2nd Floor Oversize
ND653.G7 A62 2016
Pull and Hold