Watson Gordon Lecture Series 2013; 'Studying Nature as a Hunter, a Savage': Vincent van Gogh and Karl Bodmer
Watson Gordon Lecture Series 2013; 'Studying Nature as a Hunter, a Savage': Vincent van Gogh and Karl Bodmer
Watson Gordon Lecture Series 2013; 'Studying Nature as a Hunter, a Savage': Vincent van Gogh and Karl Bodmer
Watson Gordon Lecture Series 2013; 'Studying Nature as a Hunter, a Savage': Vincent van Gogh and Karl Bodmer
Watson Gordon Lecture Series 2013; 'Studying Nature as a Hunter, a Savage': Vincent van Gogh and Karl Bodmer

Watson Gordon Lecture Series 2013; 'Studying Nature as a Hunter, a Savage': Vincent van Gogh and Karl Bodmer

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THE WATSON GORDON LECTURE 2013

The eighth Watson Gordon Lecture was given on 7 November 2013 by Richard Kendall, art historian and Curator at Large for the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Author of numerous books and exhibition catalogues; he is an internationally renowned expert on Impressionism. Above all he is known for his ground-breaking publications on Edgar Degas.

His wide-ranging lecture grew out of an exhibition he is preparing on Van Gogh and nature, and illuminatingly explored both this broad new understanding of Vincent’s work and details such as his forgotten fascination with Karl Bodmer.

Series: The Watson Gordon Lecture Series

The Watson Gordon Lectures, established in 2006, typify the long-standing collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and the National Galleries of Scotland. Each lecture is by a leading scholar and reveals new research on a focused topic. The lectures are delivered and published annually, and now number eight titles in the series.

 

  • Size 21.5 x 16.5cm
  • Format Paperback
  • Page count 48 printed pages
  • Illustrations 21
  • Publisher National Galleries of Scotland
  • ISBN 9781906270834
  • Authors Richard Kendall
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