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By Vincent van Gogh, Victoria Charles

ISBN-10: 1783104988

ISBN-13: 9781783104987

ISBN-10: 1783105135

ISBN-13: 9781783105137

The incarnation of the parable of a cursed artist, Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) is a legend who turned a reference for contemporary paintings. An Expressionist in the course of the Post-Impressionist flow, his paintings used to be misunderstood in the course of his lifetime. In Holland, he partook within the Dutch realist portray stream by way of learning peasant characters. worried and depressed, Vincent van Gogh produced greater than 2000 works of art, but bought just one in his lifetime. A self-made artist, his paintings is understood for its tough and emotional good looks and is among the most well-liked within the artwork marketplace at the present time.

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Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam. 45 Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh Paris, 31 May 1875 Dear Theo, Thanks for the letter I received this morning. Yesterday I saw the Corot exhibition. In it was the picture, “The Garden of Olives”; I am glad he painted that. To the right, a group of olive trees, dark against the glimmering blue sky; in the background, hills covered with shrubs and a few large ivy-grown trees over which the evening star shines. At the Salon there are three very fine Corots; the best of them, painted shortly before his death, “Les Bûcheronnes” [female wo odcutters], will probably be reproduced as a wo odcut in L’Illustration or Le Monde Illustre.

Still, do not dwell to o deeply on these matters - in the fullness of time they will become clearer to you of their own accord - and just take the advice I have given you. Let us ask that it may fall to us to become the po or in the kingdom of God, God’s servants. We are still a long way from that, however, since there are often beams in our eye that we know not of. Let us therefore ask that our eye may become single, for then we ourselves shall become wholly single. Regards to Ro os and to anybody who may ask after me, and believe me, always, Your loving brother, Vincent You are eating properly, aren’t you?

Thanks for the letter which I received this morning. I was very glad to hear that Mauve is engaged to Jet Carbentus. That is fine…I was pleased to hear that you are doing so well. You have done well to read the bo ok by Burger; you should devour bo oks on art as much as possible, especially The Gazette de Beaux-Arts, etc. By all means try to get a go od knowledge of pictures. That picture by Apol we have here now is go od, but last year he painted the same subject and I thought it was better and brighter than this one.

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