La lutte intérieure de Van Gogh : Sa vie, son œuvre et sa maladie mentale

La lutte intérieure de Van Gogh : Sa vie, son œuvre et sa maladie mentale

Liesbeth Heenk Angélique Olivia Moreau / Jun 16, 2019

La lutte int rieure de Van Gogh Sa vie son uvre et sa maladie mentale Une exploration fascinante de la vie d un g nie tortur Puisant ses informations la source dans les propres lettres de Van Gogh l auteur disserte sur la vie de l artiste sa vision de son propre trava

  • Title: La lutte intérieure de Van Gogh : Sa vie, son œuvre et sa maladie mentale
  • Author: Liesbeth Heenk Angélique Olivia Moreau
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  • Page: 181
  • Format: ebook
  • Une exploration fascinante de la vie d un g nie tortur Puisant ses informations la source dans les propres lettres de Van Gogh, l auteur disserte sur la vie de l artiste, sa vision de son propre travail et sa maladie mentale Les lettres montrent clairement que la vie de l artiste ne fut pas une partie de plaisir Alors que Van Gogh savait pertinemment Une exploration fascinante de la vie d un g nie tortur Puisant ses informations la source dans les propres lettres de Van Gogh, l auteur disserte sur la vie de l artiste, sa vision de son propre travail et sa maladie mentale Les lettres montrent clairement que la vie de l artiste ne fut pas une partie de plaisir Alors que Van Gogh savait pertinemment ce qui se vendait ou non, il continua de produire un art honn te, v ridique , sans se soucier du go t du jour Il ne s attendait pas ce que les acheteurs comprennent l apparence brute de son travail Van Gogh reconnaissait que le fait d tre artiste supposait tout simplement un combat quotidien, mais il tait convaincu qu il tirerait profit de l adversit , la fois personnellement et professionnellement Pas de victoire sans bataille, pas de bataille sans souffrances Dans le cas de Van Gogh, ce fut une bataille sans tr ve contre la pr carit , l isolement et l adversit Compte tenu de ses circonstances il tait financi rement d pendant de son fr re Th o, ne vendait rien et tait peine reconnu ses r alisations sont purement extraordinaires Ceci n est pas un livre sur l art de Van Gogh, mais sur sa vie en tant qu artiste et tre humain Le lire vous permettra d appr cier et de comprendre encore mieux son travail La lutte int rieure de Van Gogh fait partie de la s rie Les secrets de Van Gogh.Les secrets de Van Gogh 1 Une heure avec Van GoghLes secrets de Van Gogh 2 La lutte int rieure de Van Gogh Sa vie, son uvre et sa maladie mentaleLes secrets de Van Gogh 3 Van Gogh durera toujours nouvelles

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      • Liesbeth Heenk Angélique Olivia Moreau

        I am an author of books on Vincent van Gogh, Rembrandt, Amsterdam Museums and Howard Hodgkin I prefer to write my texts without the use of art historical jargon It is a greater challenge to write accessible books for the non art educated audience rather than for fellow art historians viewAuthor LiesbethHeenk


    120 Comments

    1. The isolation that made up Vangoh's life was sad. His words, taken from letters, was so poetic, I read only a few pages at a time.


    2. Van Gogh's life was sad. Still, although he seemed to give up on a regular basis, he had the ability to spring back, until he didn't. His letters were as magnificent as his paintings.


    3. I have always been a fan of Vincent Van Gogh since hearing the song, Starry Starry Night, when I was a teenager. I remember going to the library and looking up more info on him. This was in the days before we had Google! This book gives you a look at the struggles he had in his life through letters he wrote. You will also get to know him through his quotes. I look forward to reading more of the authors books on Van Gogh.The author gives us an excellent tribute to Van Gogh. Through this well writ [...]


    4. Cette étude rédigée par l'historienne d'art Liesbeth Heenk utilise les lettres écrites par Vincent Van Gogh lui-même pour parler de la vie de l'artiste, mais aussi de son œuvre et de la maladie mentale dont il souffrait, avec ses propres mots.Bien plus qu'un guide artistique ou qu'une biographie, ce guide acoquine le lecteur à l'immense correspondance d'un homme qui s'exprimait de façon visionnaire. Ces lettres n'illustrent pas seulement son développement artistique, elles permettent au [...]


    5. I got the book in a giveaway. It even came with a lovely Van Gogh postcard! The book is short(considering the difficult subject), but it gives us a very interesting glimpse of Van Gogh's dilemmas and some of the hardships of his life. I only knew he had great paintings and cut his own ear off, so even with the book having only 60 pages I feel like I understand him much better now(although not completely, he certainly was a complex person).I'd love to read a longer version, with the opinions of [...]


    6. Good readThis is a very interesting book to read about the life of Van Gogh and his illness. Knowing more about all of the physical, mental, and financial struggles that the artist had, I appreciate his work even more now.


    7. As a fan of van Gogh's work this did give me some insights that I did not know. I was impressed with his writing abilities. He stated on many occasions that the true value of an artist's work came in later generations. He could not have been more correct with his own work


    8. 4 stars only because I wish it were longer! This was an easy and enjoyable read. I greatly enjoyed the author's insights and her seamless integration of Van Gogh's letters.


    9. THIS BOOK CAN BE DOWNLOADED FOR FREE on 20 JUNE 2014! Enjoy!! This is one of my favourite books. I've had it translated into Japanese and French. A Spanish version is on its way!


    10. VanGogh's letters were interesting. How he describes how his life is at "the moment", I will be funding more to read on him!


    11. Dutch Post-Impressionist artist, Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890), was a troubled soul, one that sought to identify himself through his art. Part of the lure, the attraction, the mystery and the myths that attracts people to Van Gogh’s paintings is the myths that surround him. Was he mad? Was his childhood troubled? Or did he suffer some unexplained affliction, something not understood during his lifetime? Did he cut off his ear? Or was it an accident, part of some rough-housing with his artist fr [...]


    12. I have been immersed in Van Gogh books for ages and maybe found this a little lacking in detail and choppy. I understand it is aiming to focus on a particular element of Van Gogh's life, but it didn't work as well for me as other books I have read. Still worth a read if you are a Van Gogh lover


    13. "Van Gogh's Inner Struggle" is a short book that gives you a very detailed view of the painter's states of mind during his life and how he viewed his own lack of success and permanent financial problems and dependence on his brother.I find that it raises very interesting philosophical questions relating to work and success. If I spend two years promoting full time a book that doesn't sell, am I lazy and self-indulgent or hard working, proactive and full of initiative?The book is full of these pa [...]


    14. Good not great. I didn't find it as comprehensively, thoughtfully put together as it could have been. I can see the subject is important to the author, but it feels a bit dismissive and glossed over rather than saturated with understanding. The author herself freely admits in first reading his letters she skipped over the personal parts, which says to me this woman is deaf, blind, and dumb to what art is - degrees and work experience be damned. In this admission she highlights Van Gogh's distain [...]


    15. Although this is a short book, it has a lot of new knowledge about Van Gogh for me. I knew famous episodes of him, and this book fleshed it out. Interstingly, the letters Van Gogh wrote show us his life in this book. I hadn't seen his stories from such an angle, so everything in it was new and intriguing for me and actually, there were some good words in his letters. They became my favorite quotes.


    16. i won this book as one of the first read giveaways so was excited to read ite hand written postcard inside to me was a lovely touchspite this book being extremly short (only 49) pages long. i really enjoyed it. the only thing i ever knew about van gogh before was that he cut off his ear but this book really explains van gogh. the torment he went through and how he was actually sick with a mental illness. well written and really enjoyable. wish it was longer.


    17. Oh,vincent!my favorite artist that ever lived soul mate. an inspiration to me everyday,reminding me to keep on creating. The letters to Theo speak to me on such a personal level, It's overwhelmingine on you crazy diamond.


    18. This brief work tells of Van Gogh's inner struggles largely through the artist's letters. It presumes a general knowledge of his work and life, but is worthwhile at exploring the inner man and the physical ailments that affected him.


    19. Very good book. I learned so much about VincentVery good book. I learned so much about Vincentwell written and informative andense. did not.want to pause reading it. a very tortured soul. but he produced many goodintings.


    20. Not the first van Gogh book I'd pick upprobably better books on van Gogh. this book didn't flow very well. I got this book as part of my monthly free prime. I would not pay for this.



    21. A French version of Van Gogh's Inner Struggle, the book in the series Secrets of Van Gogh with the most downloads.



    22. it's nice to read about Van Gogh's life. I appreciate that it was referenced by many of his own quotations found in his letters.


    23. Brief but fascinating account of the artistic as well as physical and mental struggles of this stylistic genius, the finest of Impressionists.


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