Correspondence, ca. 1889-1926.

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Rysselberghe, Théo van. Correspondence, ca. 1889-1926.

Correspondence, ca. 1889-1926.

Collection contains eighty-four letters of van Rysselberghe to, among others, Madame Rysselberghe, the dealer Huinck, Paul Signac, and Berthe Williere; and one hundred forty-one letters received from colleagues including Henri Cross, Paul Signac, Camille Pissaro and Henry van de Velde. The letters, many of which are extensively illustrated, are largely theoretical in nature and explore all facets of art theory and practice associated with the Neo-impressionist milieu of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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