M. Tralbaut, founder and director of the International Van Gogh Archives at the Hague who since 1917 has been involved in...

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VINCENT VAN GOGH

M. Tralbaut, founder and director of the International Van Gogh Archives at the Hague who since 1917 has been involved in the work of Van Gogh, has written a complete biographical study of the painter who ultimately found that ""To die is hard; but to live is harder."" It is based on all the available records, documents as well as the self-revealing correspondence and there are 305 gravure illustrations and 105 full color plates. A beautiful book.

Pub Date: Nov. 24, 1969

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Publisher: Viking-Studio

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1969