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Series: De Volkskrant - Moderne Meesters

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Klimt by Gilles Néretnot in English Common Knowledge1
Andy Warhol, 1928-1987: Commerce Into Art (Basic Art) by Klaus Honnefnot in English Common Knowledge2
Henri Matisse, 1869-1954: Master of Colour (Basic Art) by Volkmar Essersnot in English Common Knowledge3
M. C. Escher: The Graphic Work by M. C. Eschernot in English Common Knowledge4
Mark Rothko, 1903-1970: Pictures as Drama by Jacob Baal-Teshuvanot in English Common Knowledge5
Edward Hopper: 1882-1967 Transformation of the Real by Rolf Günter Rennernot in English Common Knowledge6
Wassily Kandinsky, 1866-1944: A revolution in painting by Hajo Düchtingnot in English Common Knowledge7
Vincent Van Gogh, 1853-1890: Vision and Reality by Ingo F. Walthernot in English Common Knowledge8
Marc Chagall 1887-1985 by Ingo F. Walthernot in English Common Knowledge9
Egon Schiele 1890-1918 by Reinhard Steinernot in English Common Knowledge10
Frida Kahlo 1907-1954: Pain and Passion by Andrea Kettenmannnot in English Common Knowledge11
Piet Mondrian, 1872-1944: Structures in Space by Susanne Deichernot in English Common Knowledge12
Fernando Botero by Mariana Hansteinnot in English Common Knowledge13
Lucian Freud by Sebastian Smeenot in English Common Knowledge14
Edvard Munch: 1863-1944 (Basic Art) by Ulrich Bischoffnot in English Common Knowledge15
Paul Klee 1879-1940 by Susanna Partschnot in English Common Knowledge16
Francis Bacon: 1909-1992 (Taschen Basic Art) by Luigi Ficaccinot in English Common Knowledge18
Rene Magritte 1898-1967: Thoughts Rendered Visible (Basic Art) by Marcel Paquetnot in English Common Knowledge19
Roy Lichtenstein by Janis Hendricksonnot in English Common Knowledge20

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