|Title:||Van Gogh: The Final Years|
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|Publisher:||Harry N. Abrams, Inc.; First Edition edition (September 1970)|
Van Gogh: The Final Years Hardcover – September, 1970. by. Horst Keller (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. I then came across the ad for this book, so purchased it as well. It makes a nice addition to what I already have, and includes some really good prints that would even be suitable for framing.
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Books by Horst Keller. Monet's Years at Giverny: A Garden Becomes a Painting. Publisher: Dumont Monte. The Great Book of French Impressionism. Vincent van Gogh;: The final years.
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A new book on Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh has revealed fresh information about the painter’s final years, including the fact his art may have been seen by the president of France. For instance, Bailey identifies the gardener Van Gogh painted in 1889, when he was staying at a mental institution at Saint-Rémy-de Provence, as Jean Barral
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Vincent Van Gogh was born in Groot Zundert, in the Netherlands on March 30, 1853, to parents Theodorus van Gogh, a preacher, and Ana Cornelia Carbentus. In 1869 at the age of 16, Van Gogh began a career, not as a painter, but as an art dealer with the firm Goupil&Cie. He spent 7 years at Goupil&Cie where daily contacts with works of art kindled his appreciation of paintings and drawings. It was thought that Van Gogh was actually epileptic and that is why people thought he had fits of insanity throughout his life. He painted one of his best-known paintings, Starry Night, during one of his stays in the asylum. In mid-1890 Vincent left the asylum and spent the last few months of his life in Auvers, a small town in France. It was published in 1903.
The Van Gogh family celebrated its last Zundert Christmas that year. By February 1871, they had left the parsonage, the garden, the creek, and the heath forever. In a wave of nostalgia precipitated by the move, Vincent reached out to his only parsonage ally: Theo. Even Dorus van Gogh registered her charm: the most delicate flower, he called her approvingly. In fact, she was wearing wildflowers in her hair at the family gathering that day on the banks of the Rijswijk canal. Vincent may have been infatuated with Caroline, from afar, for some time. Then he packed his single trunk (leaving much behind, as if hoping for a quick return) and traveled to Helvoirt for a final farewell with his family. But no consolation awaited him there. Only a shadow of the parsonage of memory remained.