Discoveries: Van Gogh
When Vincent van Gogh was young he wanted to be a minister. He studied, wrote, and preached with a passion that proved almost frightening in its intensity. Later, he directed this passion into his letters and, of course, his magnificent paintings, which endure today, illuminating the turbulent life of this fiery genius. Meet van Gogh, the remarkable late-19th-century painter.
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