Posts Tagged ‘Van Gogh’

Sheramy Bundrick

Interview of Sheramy Bundrick, author of Sunflowers

Sheramy, welcome back to Versailles and more, and thank you for your beautiful guest post on Van Gogh’s Montmartre. Thank you for having me! In your acknowledgments, you recount how Sunflowers began with a walk at Auvers-sur-Oise, where Van Gogh lived and died. Then you have a separate note about places: not only Auvers, but […]



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Van Gogh’s Montmartre: a guest post by Sheramy Bundrick

When people think about Van Gogh, they might think about the Netherlands, his birthplace and locus of his earliest artworks, or they might think about Provence, where his most famous paintings were created. But Paris, key to Van Gogh’s artistic development, should not be ignored. As a fledging art dealer in his youth — yes, […]



Sunflowers, by Sheramy Bundrick: a giveaway

It is always a treat to introduce here an outstanding work of historical fiction, especially when it has a French theme. Sunflowers, a novel of Vincent Van Vogh fits the bill since it focuses on the last years of Van Gogh’s life in Provence. And it garnered a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly. Sheramy is […]



Van Gogh Sunflowers Sheramy Bundrick

Sunflowers, by Sheramy Bundrick: to be published in 2009

On Tuesday I went to Charles-De-Gaulle Airport and noticed painted sunflowers everywhere. I reflected on how great an idea that was to cheer up an otherwise dreary place, and was reminded of Sheramy and her novel. And the next day I visited her (beautiful) blog and read this: I am thrilled to announce that my […]