The Man in the Painter’s Room

After his release from the Saint-Paul asylum in 1890, Vincent Van Gogh wandered the French countryside before stumbling on the Auberge Ravoux, a quaint little inn in Auvers-sur-Oise.

Although still plagued by mental illness, he found some peace there among his adoptive family, painting over 75 works of art in just three months.

A 132-page color graphic novel by Jamison Odone, based on the first-hand account of Adeline Ravoux, the innkeeper’s daughter, with whom Vincent shared a special bond.


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