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Vincent van Gogh: Women in His Life - DEREK FELL

Vincent van Gogh: Women in His Life - DEREK FELL
  • Vincent van Gogh: Women in His Life - DEREK FELL
  • Vincent van Gogh: Women in His Life - DEREK FELL
  • Vincent van Gogh: Women in His Life - DEREK FELL
Prostitute Sien, old-fashioned Margot Bergemenn, cousin Kee, peasant daughter Stien de Groot - Vincent van Gogh confessed his love to all of them. However, he did not find in any of them a woman with whom he would be united by the strong emotional bond he had always longed for.

In his biographical work, art historian Derek Fell uses the surviving documents to examine the inner world of artists in close connection with his work. With great attention to detail, he emphasizes, in particular on the basis of the facts available, how the blows to which van Gogh's psyche was constantly exposed undermined his self-confidence and led to a deterioration in his mental health. In this context, the friendship with Paul Gauguin and the misunderstanding between the two painters with inseparable consequences for the last two years of van Gogh's life are not avoided either.
product ID
1000219
EAN code
9788022013819
ISBN code
80-220-1381-1
Weight
336,00 g
Name of the book
Vincent van Gogh
Description
Ženy v jeho živote
Author
Derek Fell
bond
Language
Publisher
Slovenský spisovateľ
Year of publication
2006
Book status
12.57,- $Price
1 ks
BOOK STATUS: Excellent condition
Prostitute Sien, old-fashioned Margot Bergemenn, cousin Kee, peasant daughter Stien de Groot - Vincent van Gogh confessed his love to all of them. However, he did not find in any of them a woman with whom he would be united by the strong emotional bond he had always longed for.

In his biographical work, art historian Derek Fell uses the surviving documents to examine the inner world of artists in close connection with his work. With great attention to detail, he emphasizes, in particular on the basis of the facts available, how the blows to which van Gogh's psyche was constantly exposed undermined his self-confidence and led to a deterioration in his mental health. In this context, the friendship with Paul Gauguin and the misunderstanding between the two painters with inseparable consequences for the last two years of van Gogh's life are not avoided either.

 
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