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Prince Harry to Star in New Van Gogh Biopic

In a casting decision sure to make ripples all over Hollywood, representatives for Prince Harry have confirmed that he will play Vincent van Gogh in an upcoming biopic about the infamous painter. It seems clear now that the ex-royal is not only determined to follow his wife, Meghan Markle, away from life in the British […]

Authors Show With Don McCauley Slated to Rebroadcast Dr. Arenberg’s Interview

Authors Show Slated to Rebroadcast Dr. Arenberg’s Interview with Don McCauley Friday, March 25, 2019 The Author’s Show, a professional interview podcast platform to assist authors in promoting their newest works. Check with your local radio service provider to see if they host the Author’s Show or click the link to listen.

Killing Vincent Book Now Available at the Boulder Book Store!

Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder is now available at the Boulder Book Store located at 1107 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO. They can be contacted at 303-447-2074. You can view Killing Vincent amongst the other Colorado authors on their website at https://www.boulderbookstore.net/localauthors

Book Signing at Tattered Cover

Dr. Arenberg held his 5th book signing February 28, 2019 at the Tattered Cover located on Colfax Ave near downtown Denver. Dozens of Vincent van Gogh enthusiasts were there to hear Dr. Arenberg give a talk on the topic of the death of Vincent van Gogh. The evening was concluded with wine and cheese.

Book Signing During Premiere of New Film

Join Us at the Tattered Cover Bookstore Thursday as Dr. Arenberg gives a public lecture on the mysterious death of Vincent van Gogh. Date: Thursday, February 28, 2019 Time: 7-9 PM Location: 2526 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO.

“Killing Vincent” Book Signing & Talk at Denver’s Tattered Cover (Colfax) Feb. 28th 7pm

Join Us for the next “Killing Vincent” Book Signing & Talk Event: Killing Vincent Book Signing & Talk Location: Tattered Cover Book Store 2526 East Colfax Denver, CO 80206 Time: 7pm Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 *Complimentary cheese and wine will be served. Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, The Murder Author I. Kaufman Arenberg MD has studied and written about […]

New Photo From Book Signing

I have received a copy of a photo taken at my book signing in New Orleans. Very Happy on the first day of the book release and signing. Progress has been fantastic. Our destribution has been very successful. We are moving forward with the 2nd printing of the book as well as the screenplay. Very […]

Review Of Killing Vincent From A Reader In New Zealand

Today, on Radio BBC, I heard Dr Arenberg describe Vincent’s death as “an honour killing”, presumably referring to the possible intention or request from Vincent to marry the Gachet’s daughter Marguerite. Very intriguing, but that is not part of the old story I learned. One of the strangest aspects of the story of van Gogh’s mysterious […]

Midwest Book Review Declares Killing Vincent a “Unparalleled Must”

Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder disproves a common myth about the “mad artist”, Vincent van Gogh, and his “suicide”, making a case for a far different scenario surrounding his death. It’s a combination of true crime, and an unsolved romantic murder mystery. It is a psychological probe into history that is a ‘must’ for any […]

Interview with Donna Seebo Show

New Interview with Donna Seebo from Delphi Vision Broadcasting, an Informative Talk and Personal Empowerment Programming Show. I was very pleased to talk to Donna. She asked alot of good questions about Vincent van Gogh. You can listen to the entire broadcast below. My interview starts at the beginning and ends approximately 30 mins in.

Interview With BBC

On January 15, 2019 I was interviewed by Marie-Louise Muir of The Arts Show from BBC Broadcasting. It was a pleasant interview with many good questions and a good rapport. Click Here to hear my radio interviews.

Channel 7 Denver Interview

Channel 7 Denver has published the video of the interview with one of Dr. Arenberg’s former inner-ear surgery patients, Aimee Olson. Aimee was only 10 years old when Dr. Arenberg operated on her. She suprised Dr. Arenberg during a book signing of his new work Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder. You […]

Interview with Authors Show Radio Host Don McCauley To Be Released Soon

The interview was well organized, and the host, Don McCauley, pleasantly suprised Dr. Arenberg with his expertise in probing deeply into the subject of Vincent van Gogh’s mysterious death leading to Dr. Arenberg answering questions he would not normally get asked. “It was really a comfurtable interview process,” remarked Dr. Arenberg. Dr. Arenberg responded to questions […]

Interview With BBC

Todays interviews in Canada with BBC went really. The Interview will air on the Radio. Not informed as to when.

Welcome Alex to the Killing Vincent Project

We would like to welcome Alex Tufford to the Killing Vincent Project Team. Alex is studing forensics and will be preparing a paper for a medical forensics journal. The paper is focused on additional forensic analysis to confirm the unlikely possibilty that Vincent van Gogh self-inflicted his mortal wound.

Interview With Stock Pulse In New Orleans During First Book Signing

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Van Gogh Brings a Doctor and Patient Together After 24 Years

During the premiere of a new film about Vincent van Gogh, A retired doctor got a surprise visit from a former surgery patient On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 I. Kaufman Arenberg MD was doing a book signing for his recently released book, ‘Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder’, at the Landmark Chez Artiste […]

Giveaway: Win a Copy of Killing Vincent The Man, The Myth and the Murder by I. Kaufman Arenberg, MD in the Holly Jolly Giveaway Hop!

There are some mysteries that will probably never really be solved. Who was Jack the Ripper? What really happened to Amelia Earhart? These are only a couple examples of enduring historical mysteries. Now, a new mystery has been added to the list. Was Vincent Van Gogh murdered and if so, who killed him? Sure, you […]

Book Review 11/26/18

I first fell in love with the art of Vincent van Gogh during my first fine-art class. His paintings captured my imagination and his drawings were my tutors. Years later, my husband surprised me with a trip to the Vincent van Gogh museum in the Netherlands and the genius of the artist surrounded me and […]

Book Signing During Premiere of New Film

Book signing during premiere of new film “At Eternity’s Gate”A film about Van Gogh, starring Willem Dafoe as Vincent. There where many people there to talk about Vincent to. And I signed many books too. Thank you to the kind gentleman from the Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver, Co for helping me set this all up!

My First Killing Vincent Book Review

This was the first book reviewed I have recieved and wanted to post it. “This book [Killing Vincent] should be in your library. If you have even a passing interest in van Gogh, you’ll re-think everything you’ve heard before. You’ll learn more about his personal relationships as well as the evidence of his murder. Excellent […]

Attending My Grandson’s Thanksgiving Day Celebration

My grandson Mitch, Drago, and myself (Dr. Arenberg) at Mitch’s elemetary school Thanksgiving Day celebration showing off my new book. He was very proud of his grandpa, and was showing off the book.

Book Review OnlineBookClub.org

“And when no hope was left inside on that starry, starry night, you took your life as lovers often do.” So goes the line from Don Mclean’s hit song “Vincent (Starry Starry Night)” about the life and death of Vincent van Gogh, painter par excellence, and known as the art world’s “tortured soul.” Dr. Arenberg, a […]

Twenty-first Century Forensics Provides Convincing Evidence That Vincent Van Gogh Did Not Commit Suicide. He Was Murdered!

The book, Killing Vincent; The Man, The Myth, and The Murder was just published in October 2018. Most everyone believes van Gogh committed suicide. Using 21st century forensics, I make the case the that it was not possible for Vincent to have self-inflicted his mortal wound! He was murdered in a premeditated honor killing. This romantic twist […]

First Book Signing, New Orleans, A Great Experience

Dr. Arenberg attends his first book signing for his book, Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder in New Orleans. The signing took place during an Internantional Investment Conference held November 1-4. Dr. Arenberg has been attending the conference for the past 20 years. The book signing was a great oppurtunity for Dr. […]

Some Additional Quotes From Some of Dr. Arenberg’s Patients Telling Their Meniere’s Disease Stories.

These stories can be viewed in their entirty under the Video Archive Section “It’s very crippling to an individual because you don’t have very good balance, you’re very nauseated, you’re very dizzy.” – “They would have to bring me home from work because they thought I had a problem with alcohol or some other situation.” – Larry […]

Van Gogh’s Medical Issues

A common misunderstanding about Vincent van Gogh revolves around his well-known “attacks” and hallucinations. Because of these intermittent but acute violent medical problems that resolved spontaneously, he was famously diagnosed with epilepsy at the time he entered the Asylum for Epileptics and Lunatics at Saint-Rémy in 1889. To better understand the impact of his debilitating attacks and […]

Who Could Be Responsible For The Death of Vincent van Gogh?

Though financially unstable and commercially unsuccessful in his life, Vincent was well-known in the impressionist art community. He returned home one day with a mysterious fatal wound. His last words are said to be Dont blame anyone for this. Was he telling the truth, or was he protecting his murderer? Paul Gachet – The Doctor […]

A Continuation of Dr. Arenberg’s Previous Work

Dr. Arenberg had a dramatic introduction into what would become his life’s work when he was young, having witnessed the unexpected collapse of his friend’s mother. He found out the cause was a condition known as Meniere’s Disease, an inner ear condition that causes sudden unexpected vertigo. He entered school to become a doctor specializing […]

Authors Show Interview to Broadcast August 23rd, 24th and 25th

The Author’s Show, a professional interview podcast platform to assist authors in promoting their newest works. You can hear the interview now by clicking here. Or you can check with your local radio service provider to see if they host the Author’s Show.

Thoughts from Vincent van Gogh!

“at the end of my life, I hope to pass away, looking back with love and tender regret, and thinking, Oh the pictures I have made” “… a more violent attack (of vertige) may forever destroy my power to paint.” (#605, sept. 10, 1889) “I would love to show by this work what this nobody […]

Quotes From Vincent About His Medical Issues

To Theo: “As soon as I got out into the park, I got back all my lucidity for work; I have more ideas in my head than I could ever carry out, but without it clouding my mind. The brush strokes come like clockwork. So relying on that, I dare think that I shall find my […]

Michigan Alumnus Spring 2019

IRV ARENBERG, ’63, MD ’67 Authored “Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder”. The book explores the possibility and evidence that Van Gogh’s death was not the result of a self-inflicted wound. Irv, a retired ear surgeon, hails from Centennial, CO. Go Blue!

Dr. Arenberg Gives Lecture On The Death of Vincent van Gogh

Monday, April 15, 2019, Dr. Arenberg gave a lecture for the Arts and Medicine Lectureship at the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. His lecture was followed by a round of questions and answers, and then a book signing for Killing Vincent.

Wizard of Oz Ballet Gala & Silent Auction wins in bidding war for the Arts!

Wizard of Oz Ballet Gala silent auction winners Lauren and Troy Butler enjoying dinner with the author and signed copies of Killing Vincent: The Man, the Myth and the Murder.

Barnes & Noble Book Signing, Saturday, May 18, 2019

Please Join Dr. Arenberg on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at noon for a lecture and book signing of Killing Vincent. The Barnes and Noble is located on the corner of Yosemite and County Line Rd.

Book Signings In New York

Dr. Arenberg had two book signings in New York at the New York City Public Library and Barnes & Noble, April 2019.

New Online Article About Killing Vincent

A new online article created by “The Outline” online publication was creatively done to illustrate the story about Killing Vincent Click here to visit the van Gogh page at theoutline.com

August 8, 2019 – Congratulations Jena Law-Hoxeng and Janine Kaufman!

Congratulations Jena Law-Hoxeng and Janine Kaufman! You both won a signed copy of Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder. Enjoy! #murdermystery #coldcase #vangoghart

Want To Know About Upcoming Killing Vincent Events?

Dr. Arenberg had two book signings in New York at the New York City Public Library and Barnes & Noble, April 2019. This fall is a busy one and Dr. Arenberg has a movie script pitch at the American Film Market in Santa Monica this November that you won’t want to miss!