Vincent Van Gogh: Painter on Location
From early works in Belgiun and Holland were dark and somber, to the South of France where the brilliant light inspired Van Gogh to paint famous masterpieces in his distinctive style. Illustrated with paintings and color photographs and maps of areas where he worked.
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