Dear Theo: the autobiography of Vincent van Gogh

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Doubleday, 1946 - Art - 572 pages
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He was a wonderful writer. - Goodreads
I read to gain more insight on him and his paintings. - Goodreads
He was well read, and a good writer. - Goodreads
Van Gogh was a beautiful writer. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Marjorie Elwood - Goodreads

This is an edited version of all of van Gogh's letters, but it was still a bit much for me. He was quite the writer of minutiae and spent a fair bit of his letters talking about how he needed more money. Read full review

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User Review  - Nick - Goodreads

I don't Know how to feel about this book. It was engaging at points but at other points just dragged on. Vincent was a gifted artist and his story is a story of a man obsessed. however, I don't feel ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1946)

Irving Stone was born Irvin Tenenbaum on July 14, 1903, in San Francisco, California. He earned a Bachelor's Degree from U. C. Berkeley in 1923 and a Master's Degree in 1924 from the University of Southern California. Stone first came to prominence with the publication of Lust for Life, a vivid fictionalized biography of the painter Vincent Van Gogh. He is known for his historically accurate fictionalized biographies. Stone won a Western Spur Award for Men to Match My Mountains and was a member of the Western Writers of America in 1959. Irving Stone August 26, 1989 at the age of 86.

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