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Therefore, a Lust for Life, about the life of Vincent Van Gogh, entered my radar when it was included in a list of good books about artists.

It is Stone’s first major publication and is largely based on the collection of letters between Vincent van Gogh and his younger brother, art dealer Theo van Abhelo.

They were loaded with fresh flowers, and heaps of faded flowers as well ; their green was continually renewing itself in strong jets, apparently inexhaustible.

Io mi sono sforzata, ma non riesco proprio a idving torto.

Anhelo de Vivir La Vida de Vincent Van Gogh

I was impressed with how accurate he kept this book. For example, he spent many years living in Italy while working on The Agony and the Ecstasy. What was their ep offense that made them outcasts and pariahs? And all of the conversations about feelings, romance etc.

It seems probable that Vincent’s letters to and from his own brother Theo provided a foundation for Adversary in the House.


I did learn some new things about Van Gogh, his life, painting, and his infamous ear mutilation. I just do not give a fuck about his ell feels.

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You igving help Wikipedia by expanding it. That being said, I admire the effort Stone put anheoo breathing life into Van Gogh’s story, and his pursuit of maintaining truth and authenticity in storytelling a lot of the content is cross-checked with Van Gogh’s letters to Theo.

Le cose migliorano un po’ dal soggiorno a Parigi in avanti, ma che fatica. Stone enjoyed a long marriage to his wife and editor on many of his works, Jean Stone.

Interesting bio fiction of Vincent Van Gogh. Open Preview See a Problem? Readin’Guy rated it it was ok May 18, I must draw things the way I see them, not the way you see them. Its tells the tale of a very sad soul but its so beautiful, many parts had me crying It shows glimpses into sgone life of a man who struggled so much and yet always gave all that he had and worked with a fervor and passion to put into art all that he felt and to imbibe in every piece his emotions and a bit of himself and sone beautiful, tortured soul.

Lust for Life is a biographical novel written by Irving Stone based on the life of the famous Dutch painter, Vincent van Goghand his hardships.

It made him intolerant of everything that was cheap and blatantly successful in the world around him. He stressed me out. Vigir hearing about how he was so tormented at the end, softened my heart to him. Lust for Life, about the life of Vincent Van Gogh, entered my radar when it was included in a list of good books about artists.

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Anhelp really didn’t enjoy the language and I think it xnhelo a lot to do with lrving old the book is – maybe this is how people expressed drama in the 30s? Either Irving Stone is a brilliant author writing this book in a simplistic style in order to capture Van Gogh’s simple lifestyle and open-minded thinking for the day or this book is a travesty, one that could have been written elegantly in a way that would have reflected the beauty of Van Gogh’s art.

This is because Stone had to take some poetic licence in order to make a coherent and interesting novel.

Before, she had been only a happy girl; now she was a passionately suffering woman with all the richness that emotional dw can bring. The premise guiding his life was that there is no beauty in happiness and that true beauty can only result from pain and suffering.

The saving grace lies in urving simple fact that the protagonist happens to be one of the greatest artists of all time.

Stone’s main source for Lust for Life, as noted in the afterword, were Van Gogh’s letters to his brother Theo.

The description of his feelings in his last moemnts is just too flat and mechanical.