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This is the story of one of the world’s most iconic images Martin Bailey explains why Van Gogh painted a series of sunflower still lifes in Provence. This beautiful dive into some of Van Gogh s most iconic paintings is a definite must read for those who love his work Carefully written with obvious painstaking research informing it it is a book full of information about the artist s life and his mental status when he set out to paint his sunflowers The book delves into the influences of the time that led Van Gogh to paint these flowers along with the mental fragility that led him to doubt his own talent With the added benefit of the images included in the text this is a complete study of the work and the man behind it

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The Sunflowers Are Mine

He then explores the subseuent adventures of the seven pictures and their influence on modern art Through the Sunflowers we gain fresh insights into. This meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated book is the story of Van Gogh s iconic sunflower paintings a fascinating account of the different versions and their adventures in time and place All the paintings are collected at the end making comparisons easy and rewarding with their provenance and list of owners A timeline and full bibliography are included making this an accessible volume for the general reader as well as a useful one for the scholar and art historian A great read

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Van Gogh’s life and his path to fame Based on original research the book is packed with discoveries – throwing new light on the legendary artist ?. Absolutely stunning and enjoyable read Hands down Vincent is my favourite artist of all time


10 thoughts on “The Sunflowers Are Mine

  1. says:

    This is a very readable study of Van Gogh's life as seen through the creation of his 7 paintings of sunflowers; the second half gives us the histories of the paintings since Van Gogh's death The reproductions are excellent and there are a lot of fascinating old photos too As always Van Gogh's words as drawn from his letters are touching and enlightening The author uses these and the correspondence of those wh

  2. says:

    This beautiful dive into some of Van Gogh's most iconic paintings is a definite must read for those who love his work Carefully written with obvious painstaking research informing it it is a book full of information about the artist's life and his mental status when he set out to paint his sunflowers The book

  3. says:

    What a gorgeous book I'm a casual fan of Van Gogh and loved the opportunity to delve deeper into his artwork This was thoroughly researched but also written in a way that was engaging and easy to understand The author's tone was unpretentious and enthusiastic and informative which I appreciated I think both serious arti

  4. says:

    I received an e copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley for review purposes Thank youAn in depth look at the history of one of world’s most famous sets of paintings Van Gogh’s Sunflowers Bailey writes about the very origins of the paintings about Van Gogh’s life around the time of the creation of Sunflowers about the critica

  5. says:

    Netgalleypub date Sept 1 2013Frances Lincoln Repub Feb 5 2019Received Feb 5 2019 uarto Publishing Group White Lion Publishing

  6. says:

    This meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated book is the story of Van Gogh’s iconic sunflower paintings a fascinating account of the different versions and their adventures in time and place All the paintings are collected at the end making comparisons easy and rewarding with their provenance and list of owners A timeline and full bibliography are included making this an accessible volume for the general reader as w

  7. says:

    Absolutely stunning and enjoyable read Hands down Vincent is my favourite artist of all time

  8. says:

    Even non art lovers are aware of Van Gogh's Sunflower paintings This tells you the inspiration for them Beautiful lovely

  9. says:

    I have been an Van Gogh fan ever since I stumbled upon Lust for Life by Irving StoneLust for Life I have read other books about Van

  10. says:

    “I’m painting with the gusto of a Marseilles eating bouillabaisse which won’t surprise you when it’s a uestion of painting large Sunflowers” Vincent Van Gogh in a letter to his brother TheoThe Sunflowers Are Mine is a heavy researched non fiction book about one of art history’s most iconic painting