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The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam first got into the French turn-of-the-century prints when it bought 800 exceptional examples from a German private collection in 2000. Since then the museum has made a point of acquiring more outstanding pieces. There are just under 1,800 French prints from 1890-1905 in the Van Gogh Museum now, but [...]
This is the work of a modern-day Van Gogh. StarCraft player Sanglune used his crazy skills to build a map, dedicated to TLO, one of the most successful non-Korean players of the StarCraft II scene, with a painting of TLO himself. Read more...
Starting today, the Parisian print world can be discovered online. Due to its size and light sensitivity, the Van Gogh Museum?s spectacular collection of nearly 1800 prints, posters, and books cannot be exhibited in the permanent collection on a continual basis. Show More Summary
'Fine Art Series' is a photographic collection of Ursula Goff's hairstyles influenced by major works of art.
There's a starry night waving through the locks of this woman’s hair. I think that Van Gogh would approve of this beautiful take on his most famous painting. Ursula Goff makes amazing images by coloring her hair. Lately, she’s been dying in patterns to imitate famous works of art, including pieces by Andy Warhol, Sandro Botticelli, and Edvard Munch. Show More Summary
drakontomalloi: Vincent van Gogh - Girl in White in the Woods. N.d.
The Chicago Tribune has reported that the three versions of The Bedroom, painted by iconic artist Vincent Van Gogh in the late 1880s, will be on display for the first time in North America. More than 30 works by the late Dutch painter will be on display at the Art Institute of Chicago along with... Show More Summary
A Chicago exhibition next month will mark the first time in North America that three versions of a famous Vincent Van Gogh painting will be shown together."Van Gogh's Bedrooms" opens Feb. 14 at the Art Institute. It is dedicated to Van Gogh's painting of his bedroom in Arles in the south of France....
The history of art is global. Look at Van Gogh—a Dutchman who spent much of his life in France, and was inspired not only by his contemporaries but also by Japanese artists like Hiroshige. But until recently, the act of enjoying art and culture was limited by geography. Show More Summary
Maybe it would be easier to vote for Hillary Clinton if she wasn't such an insistently unconvincing liar. Bill Clinton used lies the way Van Gogh used yellow, to intensify and transcend reality. Hillary's lies are shameless and strident and form not so much an argument as a cascading aural sludge pile. Show More Summary
Everybody loves an origin story: the loss that fueled Joni Mitchell, for instance, or the difficulties with Gauguin that led to Van Gogh’s undoing. We love to see story of the mud and blood that come together to sculpt the artists we read and idolize. Show More Summary
The Munch : Van Gogh exhibition has successfully finished with a record number of 585.620 visitors. Axel Rüger, Director of the Van Gogh Museum: ?It's been a huge success. We are extremely pleased that audiences from the Netherlands and abroad have shown such overwhelming interest in this exhibition. Show More Summary
After the reopening of Japan to foreign trade in the 1850s and 1860s, European artists like Claude Monet, James McNeill Whistler and Vincent van Gogh were influenced by Japanese fine and decorative arts. One of Van Gogh’s friends and compatriots, George Hendrik Breitner, was inspired by the Japonisme trend to create a series of 13 [...]
The Internet allows artists to reach billions of people, but it also emphasizes quantifiers of talent or success: views, likes, follows. Adam Westbrook uses Vincent Van Gogh’s drive to remind us that – artist or not – if you love what you’re doing, then that’s more than enough.
cgmfindings: Landscape Under a Stormy Sky Vincent Van Gogh 1888
cgmfindings: The Hill of Montmartre with Quarry #Vincent Van Gogh #1886
Result: Starry Night, by Vincent van Gogh
When things that you thought were entirely unrelated to each other come together, it is a joy and a relief. A joy because you experience firsthand a flash of the divine plan: It's all connected! Everything! Everyone! And a relief, because for that fraction of time, things make sense. Order is present and it is […]
Two artists have rejected their nominations for the Vincent Van Gogh Biennial Award for Contemporary Art in Europe, which is billed as "one of the world’s leading contemporary art prizes."