The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh
Publish date: August 18th 2011
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
About This EditionTranslator's NoteIntroductionBiographical Outline--Early Letters--Ramsgate and Isleworth--Dordrecht--Amsterdam--The Borinage--Etten--The Hague--The Hague, Drenthe and Nuenen--From Nuenen to Antwerp--Paris--Arles--Saint-Rémy--Auvers-sur-OiseBibliographyIndex
Mark Rylance and Julius D'Silva read from a new edition of Van Gogh's prodigious correspondence.This selection illustrates the artist's contradictions and complexities: his self-doubt and his passionate ambition; his close bond with his brother Theo; and his sometimes troubled relationships with oth...
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 in his life, his story, and how he got to this end. Personal letters seem to be so much more profi...
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