>> Brilliant Short Stories on how Van Gogh still touches our Daily Lives! <<Van Gogh's life and work continue to be relevant, generation after generation, inspiring people from all walks of life. He is the ultimate story of unrecognized talent, and unbridled passion for and dedication to his work, reaching depression and mania in the process. In Van Gogh's life>> Brilliant Short Stories on how Van Gogh still touches our Daily Lives! <<Van Gogh's life and work continue to be relevant, generation after generation, inspiring people from all walks of life. He is the ultimate story of unrecognized talent, and unbridled passion for and dedication to his work, reaching depression and mania in the process. In Van Gogh's life there is an aspect that every person living today can relate to and learn from. The artist's boundless energy and sheer determination against all odds has been a source of endless inspiration. Not only for his fellow artists, but for all of us.'Van Gogh Today' contains six short stories of lives that were touched in some way or another by the artist. They are a reflection of the power of his story, and why Van Gogh remains a timeless inspiration to us all.** CLICK HERE now to grab your copy of this intriguing book **...
|Title||:||Van Gogh Today: Short Stories (Secrets of Van Gogh)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||36 Pages|
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Van Gogh Today: Short Stories (Secrets of Van Gogh) Reviews
Vangogh,picI really enjoyed the marriage of a discussion of one of my favorite artists intertwined with stories explaining the influence of this man’s work on the lives of six very different individuals.For example, Lily Evans is a young girl of twenty who is passionate about both art and her writing, but she cannot find the correct path to channel her passions. A chance visit to Van Gogh’s art show at The Hermitage Museum allows her to view his painting, “The Pink Orchard.” She realizes that Van Gogh never gave up on finding enjoyment in life. Her depression is lifted and her writer’s block removed. Another character named Brett Smith is a wealthy businessman in New York City. Behind the scenes, Brett has just returned from one year of rehabilitation from cocaine and alcohol addiction and is attempting to readjust to his former lifestyle. He is inspired by a friend’s prized possession, Van Gogh’s painting, “The Little Stream,” painted just one year before the artist’s death. Reverend Dan is a minister who works at Juvenile Hall and attempts to give the troubled youth something positive to keep them on the right track. The minister showed them Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” to display an example of the beauty of this world that can be found anywhere, even if one grows up in the ghetto.Van Gogh is one of the world’s most talented artists, but he never received recognition during his life and spent a large part of it living in poverty and depression. At the same time he was driven to share a positive image of the world around us. Rappleye, in my opinion, has written a unique and inspiring work that shares photographs and insights from Van Gogh’s life and work, while at the same time creating interesting characters who change their lives as a result of his influence.I recommend this book to tweens, teens and adults who are interested in learning about a gifted artist, and who are also willing to open their minds to exploring the influence of art on our thinking and everyday lives