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Lust For Life Paperback – 1 Feb 1990
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A story of excruciating power. The New York Times
"Whoever readsLust for Lifewill gain all the important facts concerning the life of the painter... a poetic and touching portrayal." Christian Science Monitor
Extraordinary! A moving story retold with sensitiveness and insight. Forum
Thorough, sympathetic, skillful. Saturday Review of Literature"
"A story of excruciating power."--The New York Times
"Whoever reads Lust for Life will gain all the important facts concerning the life of the painter... a poetic and touching portrayal."--Christian Science Monitor
"Extraordinary! A moving story retold with sensitiveness and insight."--Forum
"Thorough, sympathetic, skillful."--Saturday Review of Literature
-A story of excruciating power.---The New York Times
-Whoever reads Lust for Life will gain all the important facts concerning the life of the painter... a poetic and touching portrayal.---Christian Science Monitor
-Extraordinary! A moving story retold with sensitiveness and insight.---Forum
-Thorough, sympathetic, skillful.---Saturday Review of Literature --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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So, he turned to art as a medium to worship his God. He didn't sell because he refused to paint what the public wanted. He stuck to what he saw and how he wanted to portray the world. Irving Stone paints a very clear picture in words and sustains interesting and informative text through the whole book. Reading about Van Gough is most likely the most inspiriing story you will ever encounter.