The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh

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Penguin Books Limited, Sep 25, 2003 - Art - 560 pages
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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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Review: The Letters of Vincent van Gogh

User Review  - Bpatoosk - Goodreads

Absolutely excellent. Perhaps my favorite thing about this book is that from page one you know the words are penned by a man who goes insane, chops off his own ear and shoots himself - which means ... Read full review

Review: The Letters of Vincent van Gogh

User Review  - SJ Pettersson - Goodreads

I wasn't aware that Gauguin was at Vincent's bedside when he passed and when I read the letter G wrote describing what happened I began to cry so hard. Not out of sadness but out of love for his ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

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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