Van Gogh's long-distance love affair

Art Jan 30, 2018

Van Gogh's long-distance love affair

by Matthew Larking

"Van Gogh & Japan" concerns a love affair of creative misperceptions between temporally and geographically distant admirers. Van Gogh (1853-1890) never went to Japan, though he idealized it briefly as a utopia in which artists worked communally in converse with nature. Attempting to establish what ...

A modern view of a neglected Impressionist

Art Dec 4, 2013

A modern view of a neglected Impressionist

by C.B. Liddell

The French painter Gustave Caillebotte has suffered more than most from the fact that he wasn't Monet, Manet, or Renoir. As one of the second-ranking Impressionists, he has long been in the shadow of these more famous names with which his career is associated. Also, ...

'Gustave Caillebotte: Impressionist in Modern Paris'

Art / Openings In Tokyo Oct 9, 2013

'Gustave Caillebotte: Impressionist in Modern Paris'

by Jordan Sievers

Despite his relatively short artistic career of two decades, the 19th-century painter Gustave Caillebotte became famous as a popular French Impressionist, alongside the likes of Claude Monet and Auguste Renoir. He became particularly well-known for fine, detailed brushwork, and usually painted scenes of upper-class French ...