Review: The Man in the Painter’s Room

A graphic novel by Jamison Odone, The Man in the Painter’s Room focuses on the end of Vincent Van Gogh’s life as he lived at the Auberge Ravoux inn. There he attempted to find peace while creating over 75 works of art in just three months.

Based on the first-hand account of Adeline Ravous, the innkeeper’s daughter, The Man in the Painter’s Room is an interesting exploration of a person finding beauty in the world while struggling with the darkness within.

Story: Jamison Odone
Art: Jamison Odone

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