A fully illustrated account of Van Goghs time at the asylum in Saint-Remy.
Starry Night is a fully illustrated account of Van Gogh's time at the asylum in Saint-Remy. Despite the challenges of ill health and asylum life, Van Gogh continued to produce a series of masterpieces – cypresses, wheatfields, olive groves and sunsets.
He wrote very little about the asylum in letters to his brother Theo, so this book sets out to give an impression of daily life behind the walls of the asylum of Saint-Paul-de-Mausole and looks at Van Gogh through fresh eyes, with newly discovered material.
Martin Bailey is a leading specialist on Van Gogh and an arts journalist. He is a London-based correspondent for The Art Newspaper. Bailey has curated two exhibitions on Van Gogh and written extensively on the artist. His books include Letters from Provence (1990), The Sunflowers Are Mine (2013) and Studio of the South (2016).
Frances Lincoln (Adult)
History of art & design styles: c 1800 to c 1900