|Article by Dr. M. B. Medes da Costa|
(December 2 1910)
... Vincent ought to have
But before long the trouble would start afresh, and then he
would come to me in the morning with an announcement I knew so
well, “Mendes, last night I used the cudgel again,”
or, “Mendes, last night...
(April 12 1922)
... really don't care,
Also, in those days he was always searching for some outward
means of self-denial and self-chastisement. He never sat down
at a table, but kept his copybook on his knees. ”Van
Gogh, do sit down at the table when you...
|Exerpt from La vie tragique de Vincent van Gogh|
lived like working people.
But our evangelist very soon showed toward his lodgings the
peculiar feelings which dominated him: he considered the
accommodation far too luxurious; it shocked his Christian
humility, he could not bear being lodged comfortably,...