Art

Francesca Castria Marchetti

Vincent Van Gogh

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Van Gogh, painter of the "physical", always in existential conflict with society, sought refuge in a simple life filled with great social passions of such power as to not always be communicable, bordering on an impression of madness.

The drama, excitement, madness and genius of a tormented artist, seen through the works of a brief, intense career, in exceptional reproductions that enable the reader to “enter” each individual brushstroke. Landscapes, figures, magical starry nights, disarming self-portraits, all the way to the final flight of black crows over a wheat field. For the Dutch artist painting and life were one and the same thing: excluded from Protestant bourgeois society in spite of his repeated attempts to fit in, he poured his protest into existential simplicity.


Format
25x28
Binding
hardcover
Pages
96
Year of publication
1999
ISBN
9788843572281
Genre
Art
Publisher
Electa

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