Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh (22 January 1882) ... that I am quite at
a loss as to what to do. Now this morning I felt so miserable
that I went to bed; I had a headache and was feverish from
worry because I dread this week so much, and do not know how to
get through it. And then I got up, but went back...
Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh (25 or 26 July 1883) ... thing one does not find everywhere.
What I told you about my feeling rather weak is true. It has
now settled into a pain between the shoulders and in the lumbar
vertebrae, which I've already had at times, but I know from
experience that one ought to...
Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh (29 and 30 July 1883) ... become too weak,
judging from the symptoms of
dizziness, which is troublesome enough to make curing it
urgent. But enough of this.
This is as far as I wrote yesterday. Now today - Monday - I
can tell you that fortunately...
Letter from Vincent van Gogh to His Parents (c. 27 October 1883) ... feeling even better here these first days than during those
last months in The Hague, when I suffered much from my nerves.
And that is quite calmed down now. I think there is no better
place for meditation than by a rustic hearth and an old cradle
Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh (c. 4 May 1888) ... is absolutely nothing doing
I should very much like to look around a little myself, but
being in no way anxious to fly into a rage, I shall wait till
my nerves are steadier.
In the very letter I had addressed wrongly I again said
Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Wilhelmina van Gogh (c. 22 June 1888) ... than put up with another flight of stairs. In
Paris I could never accustom myself to climbing stairs, and I
always had fits of dizziness in a horrible nightmare which has
left me since, but which came back regularly then.
If I should not mail...
Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh (c. 17 September 1888) ... or anyway you will find some opportunity.
When we have mistral down here, however, it is the exact
opposite of a sweet country, for the mistral sets one on edge.
But what compensations, what compensations when there is a day
without wind - what...