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Van Gogh's House: A Pop-Up Carousel

by Bob Hersey, John Leighton

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A fun-filled pop-up book that opens into a four room circular 'house' showing the artist's house as he painted it, his friends as he portrayed them, and the world outside as he observed it. Many of the elements are interchangeable, including window scenes and the paintings on the walls. Every last detail is in place, from his coats hanging on the wall, to his clogs under the table. An accompanying small book takes a learned and enjoyable look at van Gogh's life and the people, places, and paintings in it.… (more)
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A fun-filled pop-up book that opens into a four room circular 'house' showing the artist's house as he painted it, his friends as he portrayed them, and the world outside as he observed it. Many of the elements are interchangeable, including window scenes and the paintings on the walls. Every last detail is in place, from his coats hanging on the wall, to his clogs under the table. An accompanying small book takes a learned and enjoyable look at van Gogh's life and the people, places, and paintings in it.

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