Despite her own vitality and independent spirit, Helene Kröller-Müller regarded
women – including herself – as creatures largely incapable of great achievements.
Perhaps for this reason she surrounded herself with a number of talented men, to
help her realize her life’s ambition. By listening to their advice, but also often
whole-heartedly disagreeing with them, she was able to build a ‘monument to culture’
that would belong to the Dutch people.
This biography is available (for now) only in a Dutch edition.
Paperback/ 608 pages/ Dutch
Author: Eva Rovers
9.2 x 6.3 x 1.8 in