Van Gogh and Gauguin: Electric Arguments and Utopian Dreams

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Abbreviations of Frequently Cited Sources
Complete Letters Van Gogh-Bonger, J., ed., The Complete Letters of Vincent van Gogh, 3 vols. Boston, 1978.
L Letter to his brother Theodorus (Theo)
W Letter to his sister Wilhelmien (Wil)
B Letter to Emile Bernard
T Letter from his brother Theodorus (Theo)
Malingue Malingue, Maurice, ed. Paul Gauguin: Letters to his Wife and Friends. Translated by Henry J. Stenning. London, 1946.
Merlhès, 1984 Merlhès, Victor, ed. Correspondance de Paul Gauguin: Documents, témoignages, 1873-1888. Paris, 1984.
Merlhès, 1989 Merlhès, Victor, ed. Paul Gauguin et Vincent van Gogh, 1887-1888: Lettres retrouvées, sources ignorées. Taravao, Tahiti, 1989.
Thomson, 1993 Thomson, Belinda, ed. Gauguin by Himself. Boston, 1993.

Chapter One
1.
L11a.
2.
"Vincent's Sermon" is printed in its entirety in Complete Letters, vol. I, pp. 87-91.
3.
L82a.
4.
L73.
5.
L83, 87a.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Van Gogh 1
  • 2 - Gauguin 39
  • 3 - Van Gogh in Paris and First Encounters with Gauguin 65
  • 4 - Jean Valjean and the Buddhist Monk 85
  • 5 - Electric Arguments 129
  • 6 - Aftermath 193
  • Chronology 233
  • Notes 237
  • Selected Bibliography 253
  • Index 257
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