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The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh. Selected and Edited by Ronald de Leeuw.
by [Literary Letters] Van Gogh, Vincent.

Publisher Information:
Allen Lane, New York: 1996.

A Fine tight unread copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. Besides being one of the most important modern painters, Van Gogh was also an accomplished and literate letter writer. Through his correspondence, he created an intimate self-portrait in words as well as commenting on the contemporary cultural scene, his painting colleagues, his religious foundation, his friendships and creative passions. This selection of Van Gogh's letters provides an intimate look at his most provocative thinking and intimate observations.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0713991356
Book Id: 26068

Price: $75.00

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