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  • The painters of the dune and bulb regions W. vd Belt and B. Hardu
  • The painters of the dune and bulb regions W. vd Belt and B. Hardu
  • The painters of the dune and bulb regions W. vd Belt and B. Hardu
  • The painters of the dune and bulb regions W. vd Belt and B. Hardu

The painters of the dune and bulb regions W. vd Belt and B. Hardu

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They have an almost magical appeal: the flower bulbs. Every year, more than a million tourists visit the Keukenhof in Lisse, the landscape park where, on the initiative of growers and exporters, spring-flowering flower bulbs have been displayed since 1950

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  • Claude Monet loved it. He complained that his palette was not sufficient to paint the bulbs properly. Vincent van Gogh preceded him, Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig and the American artist George Hitchcock followed soon after. The Dutch painter Anton Koster even made it his specialty and was called Anton Tulp by his friends.

    Where do the bulb fields come from? How did they develop and why in particular in the Dune and Bulb region? And why the fascination of foreign artists in particular to depict the annual explosion of colors in spring with paint or a photo camera? This book is the first to describe the history of the bulb field in art up to the present day. Recent work by Daniel Buren and Andreas Gursky shows that interest in the bulb landscape is still very much alive.

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