by Ted MorganVincent Van Gogh, perhaps the greatest and most influential painter of the nineteenth century, committed suicide at the age of thirty-seven. He sold only one painting in his lifetime. Was he motivated by mental illness or despair when he put a revolver to his chest or was his physician partly to blame? Here, in this short-form book by award-winning biographer and historian Ted Morgan, is the intriguing answer.
|Title||The Strange Death of Van Gogh|
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|Publisher||American Heritage - New Word City|
|File size||5.2 Mb|
|Book rating||3.7 (1 votes)