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One of the most revered figures in the history of Western art, Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) championed a style of painting during the late nineteenth century that emphasized emotion and sensuality over form and composition. Van Gogh's life has been offered up in numerous histories, biographies, and films, and his own correspondence has been preserved in the form of an extensive series of letters to his brother, Theo, his acquaintances, art-world associates, and friends. His untimely death at the age of thirty-seven combined with his rich body of work has garnered him a posthumous success that few other artists have been rewarded. This volume gathers together Van Gogh's most famous works, which are accompanied by commentary on his life and art and in-depth analyses of his paintings. An appendix section contains some of the artist's most incisive and personal letters.
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