Van Gogh: Life and Works
Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) Van Gogh's deeply felt emotions affected the way he interpreted the world and translated it on canvas. Follow Van Gogh's personal and artistic journey, from his somber compositions depicting the harsh conditions of the Flemish peasants through to his exuberantly colored and animated canvases painted during his years in the south of France. Book jacket.
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