Personal recollections of vincent van gogh by elizabeth duquesne van gogh is a free netgalley ebook that i read in early january this picture book is a dover reprint of a 1913 edition of previously unreleased unseen paintings from van gogh. Personal recollections of vincent van gogh by elizabeth du quesne van gogh translated by katherine s dreier with a foreword by arthur b davies by gogh elizabeth du quesne van publication date 1913 topics gogh vincent van 1853 1890 publisher houghton mifflin company. Twenty three years after van goghs suicide in the wake of his slowly growing fame the painters sister published this memoir an intimate view of the artists life art and philosophy the book is illustrated with reproductions of several of van goghs most characteristic works including portraits and landscapes. Rejected in their day by painters critics and collectors the visions of vincent van gogh now rank among the most beloved and influential works in the history of western art the artist sold only a single painting in his lifetime despite an abundant oeuvre of more than 2000 artworks. Posted on february 6 2017 february 6 2017 by vicki goodwin posted in book review tagged 5 stars amazon art barnes and noble depression dover publications drawings elisabeth huberta du quesne van gogh goodreads kindle memoir mental illness netgalley nook paintings personal recollections of vincent van gogh recommend van gogh
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