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Alessandro Fornero Nov 27
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Untold Van Gogh 7h
'S worldview was formed by extensive reading, reflection and informed art connoisseurship. Even the cafe life of Paris aided in his understanding of the human condition. He was well equipped to become an artist-- but he worked strenuously to master the craft of painting.
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Vincent van Gogh 4h
Still Life with Lemons on a Plate, 1887
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Untold Van Gogh Nov 27
One of 'S most cherished statements was: "I would never recognize love that was not an action." As a benevolent gesture Vincent believed that a painting of the "Good Samaritan" could be an action of compassion taken on behalf of humankind.
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Vincent van Gogh Nov 27
Still Life - Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers, 1888
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Van Gogh Museum Nov 21
Van Gogh-style! Two popular favourites united: Van Gogh and cats. Which do you like best 🐈 or 🌻? Credit:
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VICTORIAMISU 23h
To Become A Starry Night - Van Gogh is trending which is so awesome!! So want to share my film rendition of Starry Night come to life, where I glisten into a starlit swirling night. Directed/set design/ft yours truly! music Kai Engel, Behind Your Window
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Untold Van Gogh 2h
's park & still-life are grounded in sienna, russet and browns with white passages which launch earthen zones into a blue sky or bouquet of star-like flowers. There is an implied symbolism in the color progressions in Van Gogh transporting one from the earth to heaven.
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Untold Van Gogh Nov 24
's flower 'portraits' of 1886-87 often featured a light-blue vase which allowed him to use a complementary range of warmer hues for the flowers. "Portrait" is an appropriate term for he had extensive exposure to his parents flower gardens during his childhood upbringing.
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Untold Van Gogh Nov 22
offers a yellow pathway into a dense tapestry of trees of every variety, patterned & textured with a refined touch of the brush. Few artists have ever exploited the potential of paint itself as an inherently expressive matter- elevating it to a visual poetry like music.
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Untold Van Gogh Nov 22
admired farmers & humble craftsmen for their strong work ethic & commonsense. As a painter Vincent approached his work with pragmatic directness and understanding of artistic materials even using household supples like eggs and milk in place of store-bought art products.
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Vincent van Gogh 24h
The Walk - Falling Leaves, 1889
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Untold Van Gogh 24h
painted this ancient church building in Nuenen, Netherlands numerous times and under diverse weather conditions. Somehow he has personalized this humble structure imparting compassion for its inevitable demise.
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Vincent van Gogh Nov 26
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Vincent van Gogh Nov 27
Village Street and Steps in Auvers with Figures, 1890
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Untold Van Gogh Nov 24
was able to record sorrow in a direct unvarnished way that it is never melodramatic. His art is a revelation backed by his own difficult life. Yet in spite of the sorrow he experienced he left us a legacy of beauty and engagement with life which was a triumph in the end.
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Untold Van Gogh 24h
The notion that a pair of worn shoes might make for a masterpiece is part of the genius of . Like Chardin, the painter of old scullery items, Vincent found items of daily use reflective of the fragile lives of their absent owners and of the preciousness of all life.
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Untold Van Gogh Nov 22
Piet was inspired by the flower studies of his fellow Dutchman and produced an extensive body of floral works over the years. Even in his Constructivist work one finds Mondrian exploiting the full-intensity & high-saturation color that Vincent excelled in.
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Allegory & Folly 4m
Vincent van Gogh is just such an amazing artist! Every time I see his work, I am truly in awe. It's such a shame that his art wasn't well-appreciated during his lifetime!
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Vincent van Gogh Nov 27
Portrait of Armand Roulin, 1888
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