This unique film shows Vincent van Gogh as an artist and person, from his childhood in Brabant, his laborious years of apprenticeship in Nuenen, his artistic coming-of-age in Paris to the exhilarating peak of his career in the south of France, and his tragic suicide in Auvers.

Experts at the Van Gogh Museum speak of Vincent’s sources of inspiration and show how he struggled to become a truly modern artist. The DVD shows the most stunning paintings and drawings, as well as many personal letters, and contains unique film footage of all the places where Van Gogh lived and worked in the Netherlands, Belgium and France.

Producer: Ed de Ridder
Language: English, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Running Time: 135 minutes
Year: 2009
Video: 4:3 HD 1080P
Audio: Dolby 5.1
Format: Blu-ray and SD

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