The Dutch In Paris 1789-1914

Art.Nr.: 9789068687422

Seiten: 0

ISBN/Art.: 978-90-6868-742-2

EUR 34,80
inkl. 7 % USt


 Paris was the centre of the art world in the 19th century. Between 1789 and 1914, hundreds of artists from the Netherlands travelled to France’s capital, among them Johan Jongkind, George Hendrik Breitner, Vincent van Gogh, Kees van Dongen, and Piet Mondrian. Their interactions with French artists and encounters with a great diversity of art, styles, motives, techniques, and perspectives profoundly impacted their approach and ideas about art. Upon their return, these artists spread new insights in the Netherlands, but also left their own traces behind in Paris. This richly illustrated book tells the story of these creative exchanges through the lives of nine remarkable Dutch artists.