By Giuseppe Cafiero
Narrated by David McCallion
Published by Giuseppe Cafiero

An abrasive itinerary of the presence of women, the landscape, and obsession. Such are the internal paradigms that went through the compelling life of the post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. Not flesh and blood women, but the woman as a guide: Mrs. Jones, the woman as a mother; Kee Vos; Christine Hoornik of Siena; Margot Begemann. The portrait-women such as Augustine Roulin and Madame Ginoux. And then the backgrounds, endless, unforgettable in this genius’s works: Isleworth, Amsterdam, le Borinage, Arles, St. Remy, Auvers-sur-Oise, where Vincent van Gogh spent his life trying to capture the colors, the atmosphere, the light.