Van Gogh: The Taste of Our Time

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INDEX OF NAMES
Albi 5.
Amsterdam6, 27, 40, 86.
ANQUETIN Louis93, 94.
Antwerp 8, 33, 92; Rue des Images 8.
Aries 9, 26, 28, 35-36, 40-42, 51, 54, 58, 62, 72, 74, 95-97, 101, 108, 115; Restaurant Carrel 9, 96; Rue Lamartine 9, 96; St Paul's Hospital 104.
AURIER Albert10, 11, 110, 116.
Auvers 6, 11, 54, 72, 74, 108, 112, 116; Café Ravoux 11, 112; Café Saint-Aubin 112; Place de la Mairie 11.
BAUDELAIRE 5.
BEECHER-STOWE Harriet8.
BERNARD EMILE9, 10, 28, 93, 94, 96, 116.
BLANC Charles, Grammaire des arts du dessin92.
BOCH 9, 60, 61.
BONNARD Pierre5, 10, 11, 43, 53.
Borinage 6, 7, 15, 27, 86, 87, 89, 108.
Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 24, 73, 100.
BREITNER Georg-Hendrik7, 90.
BRETON Jules7, 89.
BROCK Léon de90.
Brussels5-7, 83, 86-87, 89-90; Bd du Midi 7; Exhibition of "Les Vingt" 10.
CARBENTUS Anna Cornelia83.
CARAVAGGIO 19.
CARLYLE Thomas8.
CENT, Uncle of Vincent 83.
CÉZANNE Paul5, 6, 10, 112.
CHAGALL Marc9, 43.
CHAR René58.
CHATOU 75.
CHEVREUL, M. E.42.
Chicago, Mr and Mrs Leigh B. Block Coll. 65.
CIMABUE 96.
Cloisonnism 10.
CORMON'S studio 9, 93.
COROT 5, 6; Olive Orchard62, 85.
COURBET 5, 50.
Courrières 7, 89-90.
Crau, La 9, 98.
CROSS Henri8.
Cuesmes 7, 89.
DAUBIGNY Charles103.
DAUMIER 11, 103.
DEGAS 5, 6, 8, 9, 51, 94, 103.
DELACROIX Eugène5, 11, 15, 26, 27, 33, 93, 98; Christ on the Lake of Gennesareth26.
DENIS Maurice10, 11.
DERAIN André74.
DICKENS Charles8, 84.
Dordrecht 6, 86.
DORÉ Gustave11; Prisoners' Round108.
DOSTOEVSKY 108.
Drenthe 8, 36.
DURAND-RUEL Paul9.
DURET, Les Peintres impressionnistes6.
ENSOR James, Entrance of Christ into Brussels10.
Etten 6, 7, 84-86, 89, 90.
Expressionism 15, 18, 19, 66, 92.
Fauvism 66, 74, 79.
FÉNÉON Félix, Les Impressionnistes en 18869.
FILIGER 11.
Fontvieille 9.
FROMENTIN Eugène16.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Critical Study 2
  • Chronological Survey 5
  • Chapter One - The World of Van Gogh 13
  • Chapter Two - Towards Fulfillment 35
  • Chapter Three - Van Gogh's Life 81
  • Selected Bibliography 117
  • Index of Names 121
  • Contents 125
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