The Thannhauser Gallery


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Marketing Van Gogh

Edited by Stefan Koldehoff and Chris Stolwijk; With contributions by Megan Fontanella and Günter Herzog, a catalogue of works compiled by Monique Hageman with the collaboration of Nora Koldehoff, and texts by Stefan Koldehoff

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While legend has it that Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) sold only one work during his lifetime, it was not long after his death that sales of his paintings began to shatter auction house records. In this carefully researched book, leading Van Gogh scholars provide us with a glimpse into classified client files and illuminate the critical role that the Thannhauser Gallery occupied in cultivating and shaping an early clientele for the artist’s works.

Founded in Munich in 1909, the Thannhauser Gallery was Germany’s preeminent promoter of the avant-garde in the decades before World War II. In other European cities and in New York, the business thrived, selling an impressive number of Van Gogh’s oeuvre: roughly 110 works, including many masterpieces, now part of museum collections all over the world. 

Distributed for Mercatorfonds

Stefan Koldehoff is a journalist, researcher, and arts editor for Deutschlandfunk in Cologne. Chris Stolwijkis general director of the RKD– Netherlands Institute for Art History.
ISBN: 9780300226591
Publication Date: January 9, 2018
Publishing Partner: Distributed for Mercatorfonds
328 pages, 7 3/4 x 10 1/4
173 color + b/w illus.

Sales Restrictions: World, except for Benelux
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Richard Kendall, Sjraar van Heugten, and Chris Stolwijk

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