Introduction Four Decades of Prestigious Exhibitions and Sales Catalogue of the Works of Vincent van Gogh, Paris 1886 - Auvers 1890 How to use the catalogue Paris Portraits Still lifes Copies Landscapes Arles Portraits Still lifes Copies Landscapes Saint-Remy Portraits Still lifes Copies Landscapes Auvers Portraits Still lifes Copies Landscapes Notes and details of Forgeries Selected Lists and Catalogues Andries Bonger Inventory List, 1890 Bernheim-Jeune Catalogue, Paris, 1901 Julius Meier-Graefe: collector's survey, 1904 Paul Cassirer Catalogue, Berlin, 1904 Stedelijk Museum Catalogue, Amsterdam, 1905 Provenance History Register of Collectors up to 1928 Literature and Bibliography Concordance
The first comprehensive catalogue of Van Gogh's work from his time in France. Each work illustrated to scale. New research reveals fakes.
Walter Feilchenfeldt is a world authority on Cezanne and Van Gogh and has written extensively on these painters including being co-author with John Rewald of The Paintings of Paul Cezanne: A Catalogue Raisonne. He is based in Zurich.