Although Vincent Van Gogh S And Paul Gauguin S Artistic Collaboration In The South Of France Lasted No Than Two Months, Their Stormy Relationship Has Continued To Fascinate Art Historians, Biographers And Psychoanalysts As Well As Film Makers And The General Public Two Great 19th Century Figures With Powerful And Often Clashing Sensibilities, They Shared A House, Worked Side By Side, Drank, Caroused And Argued Passionately About Art Their Brief Venture Together, Richly Documented In The Artists Letters And Paintings, Would Be Compelling Enough Even If It Had Not Culminated In The Catastrophe Of Van Gogh S Life His Ear Cutting This Traumatic Climax To Van Gogh S And Gauguin S Weeks Spent In The Yellow House In Arles Has Raised Profound Questions About The Nature Of Their Relationship And About Their Behavior Before And After Van Gogh S Self Mutilation Van Gogh And Gauguin Will Explore The Artists Intertwined Lives From A Psychoanalytic Perspective In Order To Draw A Nuanced And Sophisticated Picture Of The Artists Dealings With Each Other The Book Will Also Examine Crucial Art Historical Issues Such As The Aesthetic Convictions That Both United And Divided The Two Men, And The Extent To Which They Influenced Each Other S Art.
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- 280 pages
- Van Gogh And Gauguin: Electric Arguments And Utopian Dreams
- Bradley Collins
- 20 October 2019 Bradley Collins