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Drawings, water-colours and prints by Vincent van Gogh

Drawings and water-colours and prints by Vincent van Gogh is an incomplete list of works on paper and other works by the Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) that form an important part of his complete body of work.

London

Etten, Drenthe, The Hague, Neunen


Drawings and watercolors

Prints

Paris

Drawings, watercolours

Arles


Drawings, watercolours

Saint-Rémy

Drawings and watercolours

Auvers

Drawings and watercolours

Prints

See also

Articles that include drawings, water-colours or prints:

Resources

Due to the considerable number of works on paper by Van Gogh, for a valid identification reference is to the numbers of Jacob Baart de la Faille's Catalogue raisonné (1928 & 1970) (F) or to Jan Hulsker's updated compilation (1978, revised 1989) (JH).

References

Literature

  • Vincent van Gogh: Drawings, ed. Johannes van der Wolk, Ronald Pickvance & E. B. F. Pey, Arnoldo Mondadori Arte & De Luca Edizione d'Arte 1990 (editions in various languages: ISBN 88-242-0024-9 (Dutch))
  • Vincent van Gogh: The Drawings, ed. Colta Ives, Susan Alyson Stein etc., The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York & Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2005 ISBN 1-58839-164-7

Works

Letters

External links

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