The Starry Night: Van Gogh and the Gospel

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2016

Artist and author William Havlicek describes painter Vincent Van Gogh's relationship with his Savior, his family, and his art in this Undergraduate Chapel.

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    • Rick Smith
    • 9 months ago

    The Starry Night's focus, above the church steeple, always brings me to JOB 38, and I wonder if Vincent heard the Lord speaking to him out of the whirlwind?

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