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Until the Colours Sing

Until the Colours Sing

by Paul de Moor

By (author) Paul de Moor


Publishing 12th Aug 2024
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    • A richly illustrated and poetic account of the world of Vincent Van Gogh, tailored for children aged 10 and over by author Paul de Moor
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    ‘What if Vincent van Gogh suddenly realises that he is… himself a sunflower? Or thinks he is?

    This book recounts the story of this well-known Dutch artist who, standing in the midst of his overwhelming sensory world, becomes aware just how thin the line between reality and dream world is. Did he live and work on a narrow borderline between truth and fantasy? Did he enter a different, perhaps higher frequency? How did all the images and observations come into him so intensely, and then spill out again onto his canvases? And how did the artist, but also beloved son, brother,… and therefore perhaps sunflower, relate to the world and his immediate environment?

    In this richly illustrated, poetic book, author Paul de Moor creates, in words and images, an immersive experience for children aged 10 and over into the world of Van Gogh. As a celebrated children’s author, De Moor has already introduced children and young people to the artistic universes of Roger Raveel, Francis Alÿs, Michaël Borremans, Luc Tuymans and Raoul De Keyser. And now also Van Gogh.

    Ages 10 plus.

    Exhibitions International
    Publish date
    12th Aug 2024
    Paperback / softback
    United Kingdom and Ireland
    220 mm x 170 mm
    48 Pages
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