Vanity Fair Article: Van Gogh Suicide or Murder?

Solving Art’s Greatest Mystery

Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith penned a fascinating article probing the mysteries of Van Gogh’s death.

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Full Van Gogh Forensic Report

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Washington Post Review

On December 9th, Julia Frey published her review of “Van Gogh: The Life” for the Washington Post. To read the review, please visit:

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Article on “Van Gogh: The Life” Companion Website

The University of South Carolina, whose Center for the Digital Humanities helped build this website, has published an article on the website and team who created it. To read the article, please visit:

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Van Gogh Debuts on NYT Best Sellers List!

We are thrilled to announce that “Van Gogh: The Life” has debuted on the New York Times Best Sellers List! For the complete list, please visit:

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Top 10 Myths about Vincent Van Gogh

Random House presents a document on Scribd outlining the Top 10 Myths (thought there are many more) about Vincent van Gogh. Check it out here:

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New York Times Review

He had “a sun in his head and a thunderstorm in his heart”: these words used to describe the French painter Eugène Delacroix were memorized by Vincent van Gogh and could just as easily have been applied to van Gogh himself. – Michiko Kakutani.

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60 Minutes Presents Van Gogh Special

On Sunday, October 16, 60 Minutes presented a special on “Van Gogh: The Life” and interviewed authors Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith. In case you missed it, click here to watch both segments:;cbsCarousel

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