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Solar Dance

Van Gogh, Forgery, and the Eclipse of Certainty

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$30.00 • £24.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780674283985

Publication Date: 05/05/2014

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368 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

26 halftones

United States and its dependencies only

  • The Issue
  • Part 1: The Palette
    • Vision
    • Sky Aglow
    • Sun on Suns
    • Spring
    • Dealer
    • Aesthete
    • Scribbler
    • Madam
    • Spirit
    • Storm
    • Phantasms
  • Part 2: The Perspective
    • Winds
    • Fever
    • Sodomia
    • Sun Child
    • Showtime
    • Palace Revolution
    • Stories
    • Sailor Boy
    • Certifiers
    • Caveat Emptor
    • Fame
    • Source
    • Alarum
    • Alexanderplatz
    • Coup
    • Surreality
    • Sensation
    • Ravens
    • Evidence
    • Cela N’est Pas…
  • Part 3: The Painting
    • Present Sense
    • Seance
    • Scripts
    • Sequence
    • Etcetera
    • Plus Ça Change…
    • Appreciation
    • Experts
    • Proof
    • Soul
    • Summations
    • Sentence
    • Appeal
  • Part 4: The Response
    • Synonyms
    • Symbol
    • Sophienstrasse
    • Reaper
    • Night Light
    • Studio Sanary
    • Crime Scene
  • Part 5: The Effect
    • Mender
    • Scheherezade
    • Wall
    • Our Weimar
    • Mania
  • Epilogue
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgements
  • Photo Credits
  • Index

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