It's a digital cross between Van Gogh and Dali.
Art lovers, there really is a place for you in Las Vegas. Works by Vincent Van Gogh, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and other artists are coming to the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art at the Bellagio Las Vegas. “Town and Country: From Degas to Picasso” illustrates each artist’s efforts to...
suonko: Vincent van Gogh - Poppy Fields
From 24 August to 27 November, the Van Gogh Museum is presenting highlights from the Merzbacher Collection. The paintings in the exhibition Van Gogh Inspires: Matisse, Kirchner, Kandinsky: Highlights from the Merzbacher Collection show the impact Vincent van Gogh had on the most important artists of the early twentieth century. Show More Summary
Vinci is a wonderful photography app that lets you transform your photos into artwork that would make Van Gogh jealous. The app includes twenty filters that range from an oil painting effect to a stain glass windows. The app has already...Show More Summary
dappledwithshadow: Vincent van Gogh Study of Pine Trees 1889
The Doctor Who Travels in Time Coloring Book is an adult coloring book that gives you images of the Doctor and other historical figures to color. There are scenes of the Doctor with Churchill, Shakespeare, Van Gogh, and many more! It is an adventure in crayons! History will come alive as you make your way […]
The Van Gogh Museum today launched Van Gogh at School: a unique section on the museum website offering free teaching material on the subject of the life and work of Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). Primary school teachers can either use...Show More Summary
“Given the prominence of some of the museum’s collection—including works by the likes of Monet, Renoir, and Degas—one would think an epic failure of security on such an extreme level would be impossible. But the negligence goes even deeper. According to Egyptian officials, at the time of the theft, only seven of the museum’s 43 […]
One museum in Egypt has faced the indignity of having the same Van Gogh painting stolen not once, but twice, and Poppy Flowers (1887) remains missing to this day.
If you've checked Instagram or Facebook at all in the last month, chances are you've seen at least one selfie that looks like it was painted by Vincent van Gogh or Pablo Picasso. That's because of a free app called Prisma. Thanks to its bold, impressionistic filters, Prisma has quickly become the hottest photography app of the summer. Show More Summary
In some ways Vincent van Gogh has always been ahead of his time since the artist only sold one painting in his lifetime but after his suicide his work lived on to sell for some of the world’s most expensive prices. Now, however the post-impressionist is truly ahead of his [...]
In 2008, a researcher in the Netherlands used an advanced X-ray technique to show that Vincent van Gogh's 1887 work "Patch of Grass" was actually done over an earlier painting of a woman's face. The practice is thought to have been common for van Gogh, with an estimated one in...
After wheel-spinning through the first third of the season, Mr. Robot finally found some forward momentum in this week's episode, "eps2.3_logic-b0mb.hc." For over an hour this week, the characters circled the wagons until they eventually jumped into them, only to...
Axel Rüger (Director of the Van Gogh Museum) today unveiled the Yellow Brick Road: a 3D reproduction of the iconic yellow road that featured prominently in The Wizard of Oz (1939). The celebrated Hollywood musical has been a household name in the international LGBTQI community for generations. Show More Summary
Some might find the translation of Vincent van Gogh’s “Self-Portrait With Bandaged Ear” into a smiling cartoon head spurting blood a little sacrilege, or just tacky, but it was only a matter of time before the emoji-fication of art history took it there.
Artist Petros Vrellis works comfortably in that strange medium where technology meets classical art. In 2012, he created an interactive van Gogh painting hat we wish was an app (he made it an app a month later ). For his latest piece, Vrellis uses a computer algorithm and a circular loom to create stunning El Greco-inspired portraits, all meticulously built by hand. Read more...
Have you ever wished you could watch Pixar’s Ice Age rendered in the post-Impressionist painting style of Vincent van Gogh, or Star Wars in the expressionistic style of Edvard Munch’s The Scream?
Shortly before Christmas, 1888, as the story goes, while living in Arles, France, and suffering from a deep depression, Vincent van Gogh sliced off part of his left ear with a razor blade, wrapped the severed ear in cloth, walked to a nearby brothel, and handed it to a woman working there.
The Art Newspaper reports on an Amsterdam exhibition about Vincent van Gogh’s medical problems: The exhibition also reveals new evidence discovered by the writer Bernadette Murphy, as revealed in her book Van Gogh’s Ear: The True Story (Chatto & Windus). Show More Summary