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Vincent van Gogh A Tortured Artist An influential figure in the history of Western art Download for FREE on Kindle Unlimited + Free Bonus Inside! Read on your Computer, Mac, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet. Unlike most artists, Van Gogh developed very slowly, beginning with work as an art dealer that exposed him to many great works. He undertook this work Vincent van Gogh A Tortured Artist An influential figure in the history of Western art Download for FREE on Kindle Unlimited + Free Bonus Inside! Read on your Computer, Mac, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet. Unlike most artists, Van Gogh developed very slowly, beginning with work as an art dealer that exposed him to many great works. He undertook this work for several years, after which he spent time as a missionary for the Dutch Reformed Church. Thereafter, he drifted for several years before re-turning home to his parents’ house, where he took up painting, largely self-taught with books on anatomy and painting. His great works all date from the later years of his life. Inside you’ll read about Early Life The First Four Years of Creativity Stylistic Developments and Influences Paris Arles Van Gogh and Gauguin Hospitalization Life in an Asylum Van Gogh’s Death And much more! Totally neglected in his life, he suffered from psychosis for much of his life, and was treated for depression, unsuccessfully. He died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on July 29th, 1890. Only after his death, thanks to the efforts of his brother, Theo, he achieved recognition as a great artist.


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Vincent van Gogh A Tortured Artist An influential figure in the history of Western art Download for FREE on Kindle Unlimited + Free Bonus Inside! Read on your Computer, Mac, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet. Unlike most artists, Van Gogh developed very slowly, beginning with work as an art dealer that exposed him to many great works. He undertook this work Vincent van Gogh A Tortured Artist An influential figure in the history of Western art Download for FREE on Kindle Unlimited + Free Bonus Inside! Read on your Computer, Mac, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet. Unlike most artists, Van Gogh developed very slowly, beginning with work as an art dealer that exposed him to many great works. He undertook this work for several years, after which he spent time as a missionary for the Dutch Reformed Church. Thereafter, he drifted for several years before re-turning home to his parents’ house, where he took up painting, largely self-taught with books on anatomy and painting. His great works all date from the later years of his life. Inside you’ll read about Early Life The First Four Years of Creativity Stylistic Developments and Influences Paris Arles Van Gogh and Gauguin Hospitalization Life in an Asylum Van Gogh’s Death And much more! Totally neglected in his life, he suffered from psychosis for much of his life, and was treated for depression, unsuccessfully. He died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on July 29th, 1890. Only after his death, thanks to the efforts of his brother, Theo, he achieved recognition as a great artist.

30 review for VINCENT VAN GOGH: A Tortured Artist. The Entire Life Story

  1. 4 out of 5

    Susan Williams

    Mixed Feelings About This Book. Short and sweet. Many facts I did not know and I am well read about Van Gogh. What I liked: the many pictures reproduced right after the descriptions of them with the ability to enlarge; the straightforward narrative without a lot of excess verbiage; the chance to read a book quickly in a sitting or two; the new information sympathetically presented. What I did not like: lack of editing...bad grammar and spelling mistakes... I think it was written by someone who is Mixed Feelings About This Book. Short and sweet. Many facts I did not know and I am well read about Van Gogh. What I liked: the many pictures reproduced right after the descriptions of them with the ability to enlarge; the straightforward narrative without a lot of excess verbiage; the chance to read a book quickly in a sitting or two; the new information sympathetically presented. What I did not like: lack of editing...bad grammar and spelling mistakes... I think it was written by someone who is not a native English speaker...; Gratuitous opinions by the author; Sometimes it seemed written like a high school paper; Sometimes difficult to tell which "he" author was talking about when two names were in the same paragraph. All in all, well worth reading and a nice addition to the body of work about Van Gogh.

  2. 5 out of 5

    John P. Puleo

    Informative A good beginning. Includes dates, names of contemporaries, places of residence, letters , quotes, and some examples of art. The book told the story but was a little clumsy at times , repeating storylines, pretty simple language. But again a good starting place.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rob Sedgwick

    History by bullet point This is intentionally brief and goes through the main events in Van Gogh's life. The early chapters are extremely terse but in a way the real VG is so elusive is there much point in going into more detail? I got what I wanted from it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ray Marks

    Very informative, easy to digest, and it’s helpful that it includes pictures of his artwork.

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    Valerie

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    Peter Ovens

  29. 4 out of 5

    Winifred C Steward

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mychele Larson

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