The final years of Dutch Post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh’s life were tumultuous to say the least. From his clash with Paul Gauguin to his repeated institutionalisations, van Gogh often turned to his art as a means of charting the uneasy course of his mental state. Such exploration is chronicled in Starry Night, one of van Gogh’s most celebrated and storied compositions, and it is also the subject of the newest installment of New York’s Museum of Modern Art’s series focusing on their most famous pieces. From compelling detailed images to a survey of some of van Gogh’s most treasured works, this book is sure to delight everyone from van Gogh fans to scholars. Read more here.