The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh And Britain
Edited by Carol Jacobi
This lavishly illustrated publication traces the story from the artist’s obscure years in England in the 1870s through his growing influence and reputation to iconic status in the 1950s. The publication investigates his experience of the largest city in the world and the ideas, books, paintings and prints which caught his attention.
Essays by leading experts will reveal how Van Gogh’s work became such an inspiration to modern British artists in the twentieth century, from Sickert to Bacon.