The Boy in the Blue Cap Norman Beaupre Book Trailer

Melding the historical, the imaginary, and the fine arts, The Boy With the Blue Cap presents the story behind Van Goghs paintings through the narrative of a young, precocious boy, Camille Roulin, son of a postal worker. Camille develops a close relationship with the artist and pulls the reader into the story as he follows Van Gogh around Arles, exploring his world of vibrant color and artistry. When Van Gogh meets two gypsy women, events in and around Saintes Maries de la Mer, heat up, providing an element of intrigue. Weaving the artistic life of Van Gogh, his spiritual thoughts, and his relationship to Gauguin, into the story of a boy and his family, the novel explores the exploits and talent of this great artist. It also captures the unique flavor of Provencal life during the eighteen month period in which Van Gogh lived and painted in the Midi. The Boy in the Blue Cap Norman Beaupre Book Trailer Find out more about this author here http://www.nrbeaupre.com/ Find out more about this book http://tinyurl.com/q7hj8b Biography, Art

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