There are few works in the Dutch national collection that are so embedded in our collective consciousness as Jardin d'émail
by Jean Dubuffet. Virtually everyone remembers their first visit to this imposing black and white garden in the sculpture garden of the Kröller-Müller Museum.
Jean Dubuffet, Jardin d'émail is the first edition in the series Masterpieces in which the Kröller-Müller Museum highlights works of art that are of great importance within the collection, play a prominent role in art history and are often archetypal for an artist's oeuvre.
Roos van der Lint writes about the origins of the work, the position that Jardin d'émail occupies in Dubuffet's oeuvre and how this garden within the sculpture garden of the museum has been regarded and discussed over the years.
Paperback | Dutch & English | 48 pages | 2020
Author: Roos van der Lint
Print: Kapsenberg van Waesberge bv, Rotterdam
Dimensions: 24 x 12,1 x 0,5 cm.
Weight: 170 gr.