The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh Pdf




The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh

Number of page: 560
Author: Vincent Van Gogh
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9780141920443
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Category: Literary Collections

A new selection of Vincent Van Gough’s letters, based on an entirely new translation, revealing his religious struggles, his fascination with the French Revolution, his search for love and his involvement in humanitarian causes.

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About The Author

RONALD DE LEEUW is director of the Van Gough Museum in Amsterdam, and a specialist in 19th-century painting. He has been responsible for numerous exhibitions, including the 1990 Vincent Van Gough centennial retrospective.

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  • Philip WheelerPhilip Wheeler
    Van Gogh Letters to His Brother A must read for artists no matter what the medium and art lovers who value the expression of human thought and experience in all its forms. In some respects, VVG has revealed his ideas and ideals behind the sketches and paintings, only appreciated fully well after the artist’s life had ended.
  • MSarkiMSarki
    LibraryThing Review I first began my reading of these letters as a way to learn more about the art process, the way to creation coming from the mind of such a gifted artist such as Vincent Van Gogh. I also was interested
  • Not AvailableNot Available
    The letters of Vincent van Gogh This popular edition of selected Van Gogh letters is based on the expanded four-volume Dutch edition De Brieven van Vincent van Gogh (Van Gogh Museum and SDU, 1990). The translations read smoothly and
  • TerriTerri
    Review: The Letters of Vincent van Gogh I used to go to the library at my college and read from the complete volumes they kept in the reference area (as if anyone would carry home one of those massive books anyhow . Okay, I would have.) I
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