The Letters of a Post-Impressionist
“When I have a terrible need of - shall I say the word - religion, then I go out and paint the stars.”
"The Letters of a Post-Impressionist," published in 1913, is a collection of the personal correspondence of Vincent van Gogh, the renowned Dutch post-impressionist painter. This epistolary work provides a unique and intimate insight into Van Gogh's life, artistic vision, and the struggles he faced. His letters to his brother Theo and other contemporaries reveal his passion for art, his quest for meaning and purpose, and the profound emotional turmoil he experienced. These letters are cherished for their contribution to our understanding of Van Gogh's creative process and the broader post-impressionist art movement, making them an invaluable resource for art historians and enthusiasts alike."