Vincent van Gogh: An Artist's Struggle

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publisher: Eureducation
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language: English
coloring: full color
size: 297x213x5mm
pages: 48:
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Vincent van Gogh's short and turbulent life, the subject of so many myths and stories, is vividly presented in this beautifully drawn biography. Follow Van Gogh as he searches for his vocation. Find out what drove him, what obstacles he faced, and above all, how he became one of the most famous artists of his generation.

Travel with Van Gogh to Brabant, London, the Borinage, Paris and the south of France, and share his passion and longing, but als his loneliness and his fear. Let Van Gogh's borther Theo and his friends be your guides as you discover all about the exciting and colourful life of this nineteenth-century artist.

Sharp-eyed readers will also notice that many famous drawings and paintings have been cleverly incorporated into the story. Artist Marc Verhaegen and writer Jan Kragt are well known in the Netherlands for their historical graphic novels.

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