Lust for Life

Lust for Life Lust For Life Is The Classic Fictional Re Telling Of The Incredible Life Of Vincent Van Gogh Vincent Is Not Dead He Will Never Die His Love, His Genius, The Great Beauty He Has Created Will Go On Forever, Enriching The World He Was A Colossus A Great Painter A Great Philosopher A Martyr To His Love Of Art Walking Down The Streets Of Paris The Young Vincent Van Gogh Didn T Feel Like He Belonged Battling Poverty, Repeated Heartbreak And Familial Obligation, Van Gogh Was A Man Plagued By His Own Creative Urge But With No Outlet To Express It Until The Day He Picked Up A PaintbrushWritten With Raw Insight And Emotion, Follow The Artist Through His Tormented Life, Struggling Against Critical Discouragement And Mental Turmoil And Bare Witness To His Creative Journey From A Struggling Artist To One Of The World S Most Celebrated Artists

In 1923, Stone received his bachelor s degree from the University of California, Berkeley In the 1960s, Stone received an honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of Southern California, where he had previously earned a Masters Degree from the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences.When at home, Stone relied upon the research facilities and expertise made available to him by Esther Euler

[Download] ➽ Lust for Life Author Irving Stone –
  • Paperback
  • 431 pages
  • Lust for Life
  • Irving Stone
  • English
  • 03 July 2017
  • 9780099416425

10 thoughts on “Lust for Life

  1. says:

    Lust for life a novel of Vincent Van Gogh, Irving Stone Lust for Life 1934 is a biographical novel written by Irving Stone based on the life of the famous Dutch painter, Vincent van Gogh, and his hardships 1976 1338 500 1344 8 464 20 1389 725 1394 744 .

  2. says:


  3. says:

    I have always been fascinated with Vincent Van Gogh s art and of the man himself Starry Night is my favorite painting Irving Stone allows us a peek at Van Gogh the person and how the events of his life shaped the genius of his painting Stone uses his pen as a brush to paint his portrait of Van Gogh and helped me to better understand the man behind the paintings.

  4. says:


  5. says:

    De nimic nu po i fi sigur pentru toat via a, Vincent, spuse Mendes Tot ce po i face este s ai curajul i puterea s ncerci ceea ce crezi c e bine Se poate nt mpla s ias prost, dar cel pu in ai con tiin a c ai ncercat s realizezi ceva, i sta e lucrul cel mai de seam Trebuie s ne c l uzim dup cele mai bune impulsuri ale ra iunii i apoi s l s m ca Domnul s judece rezultatul final Toat via a am ncercat s n eleg, monsieur, de ce un om trebuie s aib mai mult dec t altul, de ce unul trebuie s munceasc din greu, n timp ce vecinul lui st deoparte i tr nd ve te Poate c sunt prea ne tiutor c s n eleg Crezi, monsieur, c dac a fi mai nv at a fi n stare s pricep bine lucrurile astea

  6. says:

    This is a book I can read in less than 24 hours 24 hours for almost 600 pages in Indonesian translation I have a little problem with rating stars, I can t give this book only a 5 star It deserves a 10 stars It s by far my most favorite book, I won t lend this book to anyone so then I can reread it whenever I want , I ll put it on my precious collection.If I m not wrong this is his word when he had a heated debate with Gauguin Van Gogh It is not the language of painters but the language of nature which one should listen to, the feeling for the things themselves, for reality is important than the feeling for pictures He s genius and he s still young when he said that This is what designers need to embrace when they do their work, good design is a design with a soul. SOUL, find the essence of your design, not only design pretty stuff.What a tragic life he has, never received happiness and poor during his lifetime but became popular after his death He should have lived longer then produced great works, I wish he could see now that he s a great painter in history and sold the most expensive paintings in the worldThe book gives me a suspicion that Gauguin who cut off Vincent s ear He seemed to be so annoying for Vincent with his vanity as senior painter I dislike the way Gauguin underestimated Vincent Vincent was really a kind friend let him stayed with him in yellow house for free And the saddest thing, his life is still in mystery, last 2009 I ve read the news, he never shot himself, so who actually shot him.I feel so sorry for Theo, the best brother ever.I must admit it, this book brought me into tears, impressive job for Stone Irving and glad to know that this is his first book.P.S I really want to own English version of this book.

  7. says:

    . . . . . . .

  8. says:


  9. says:

    This book is set in a period of time where titles, status, manners, and integrity of your family s name is very important Vincent Van Gogh is testing all venues of social norms With the constant support, love, and devotion of his brother Theo, Vincent Van Gogh became the artist, man, and living legend he is today A name that will live forever in eternity for his contributions in art He started painting the peasants, laborers, weavers, and the outcast of society long before it was fashionable He actually portrayed these people as he truly saw them in all their hardships, love, perseverance, naivete, kindness, and hatreds leaving the elitist mystified at what was presented before them When he ventured into color and the Impressionists movement in Paris and later in Arles, his work became breathtaking But, his life complex With an unsettled mind that only the soul could possibly understand, Vincent Van Gogh take his own life My he rest forever in the peace with the God that created him Quote Try a Cointreau You ll have to experiment for a while to find your permanent drink Vincent took them in the full spirit of friendship which knows that the difference between giving and taking is purely temporal.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *