You probably don't know him!
He didn't think prestige was important.
He preferred to go out into the wilderness in search of the changing colours of the landscapes. Fugitive moments that he captured thanks to his quick brushstrokes...
He became a brilliant example for the generation that succeeded him: the Impressionists.
Years later, a man settled in front of the artist's old house to paint an ode to his deceased idol.
His name was Vincent van Gogh.
He gave his painting the title: Daubigny's Garden.
"It is one of my most wanted paintings," Vincent Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo in July 1890.
64 pages - 52 comic strips + 8-page educational file
- Dimensions :
- 21,2 x 29 x 1,2 cm
- Museum :
- Musée d'Orsay
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- Illustrator :
- Cromheecke Luc