The Van Gogh Museum has added a characteristic painting by Paul Sérusier (1864-1927) to its important collection of works by contemporaries of Van Gogh. Farm in Brittany (c. 1890), a recent purchase, complements the group of works by the Pont-Aven School. Show More Summary
(Image credit: Art by James R. Eads, Motion by The Glitch) Van Gogh's brand of Post-Impressionism is remarkable for its inherent movement; this collaboration between an artist and an animator takes those swirls to the next level. READ MORE »
From 24 September 2016 until 9 April 2017, the Kröller-Müller Museum presents the exhibition The early Van Gogh: ?work against indifference?. The exhibition shows how at the start of his career, Vincent van Gogh teaches himself to translate his view of the world into images. Show More Summary
aizobnomragym: Vincent van Gogh “Field with Poppies”
The painter Vincent Van Gogh continues to fascinate, his popularity seeming to grow every year. His creativity came at the price of much misery and madness, and led to his eventual suicide at age 37 in 1890. He had produced approximately 900 paintings but sold only one during his life—and that was to his brother. Show More Summary
The period leading up to the apparent self-inflicted gunshot death of iconic artist Vincent van Gogh has been debated since the tragedy occurred in 1890. So a group of experts including doctors and art historians recently convened for two days in Amsterdam to identify the issues the painter was likely struggling with before he died. Show More Summary
Vincent van Gogh - Sprig of Flowering Almond in a Glass  by Gandalf’s Gallery Via Flickr: [Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam - Oil on canvas, 24.5 cm x 19.5 cm]
They say the Dutch artist was plagued by short psychotic episodes.
Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh was possibly bi-polar or had a borderline personality, but a combination of factors likely drove him to cut off his ear and commit suicide, a researcher said Friday. "We've come to the conclusion that it's...Show More Summary
“The diagnosis came out of a meeting of experts sponsored by the Van Gogh Museum [in Amsterdam], in connection with its current exhibition, ‘On the Verge of Insanity.’ It included 35 international psychiatrists, other doctors and art historians weighing in on evidence about van Gogh’s medical case. The debate was lively and sometimes ‘fierce.'”
Doctor Who: _[Vincent van Gogh Visits the Gallery]_: > [Vincent van Gogh Visits the Gallery]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubTJI_UphPk&ab_channel=DoctorWho
Van Gogh's famous Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear (1889). (Photo: Public domain) Even though Vincent Van Gogh began acting increasingly strangely during the final year and a half of his life, he produced some of his most famous works...Show More Summary
It's long been known Vincent van Gogh had issues: He sliced off his ear during an 1888 breakdown, which was followed by his apparent suicide in 1890. Now a group of experts has concluded the Dutch artist was plagued by short psychotic episodes during his last 18 months of life,...
Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre and its iconic Reverso model pay tribute to another unmistakable star, this one from the world of art: Vincent Van Gogh.
One hundred and twenty-eight years after Vincent van Gogh took a razor to his ear — signaling the start of the tumultuous months leading up to his suicide attempt and death — we remain fascinated by the nature of the artist's illnes...
Lloyd I. Sederer, MD When celebrities take their lives that makes the news. Some page one people have included Robin Williams (age 63), Kurt Cobain (27), Junior Seau (43), Marilyn Monroe (36), Vincent Van Gogh (37), Hunter Thompson (67), Sylvia Plath (30), Virginia Woolf (59), Ernest Hemingway (61), and others we have known and admired. Show More Summary
peira: Vincent van Gogh: Vase with Myosotis and Peonies (1886) via Wikipaintings
There’s something decidedly creepy about these needle felted brooches depicting Vincent van Gogh’s head from his self-portraits as well as the heads of other people he painted. Made by Japanese artist Jun Yamaguchi, their creepiness is precisely why we think they’re so awesome. Show More Summary
Vincent van Gogh, Gauguin’s Chair, 1888