Milly Wu marched through the J. Paul Getty Museum's galleries of 19th century European paintings, stopping just long enough to frame Monets, Manets and, of course, Vincent Van Gogh's "Irises" with her smartphone camera.
Vincent van Gogh, Irises, 1889via Arts Everyday Living What would spring be without a look at Van Gogh's Irises? Much poorer.Check the link above for more information about Van Gogh and his painting.
L ay your eyes on a Vincent van Gogh masterpiece like his radiant "Sunflowers" and you'll notice the way paint is so generously layered onto the canvas, thick and spiraling, like an amply frosted cake that's remarkably true to life --...Show More Summary
10 Badass Princesses You’ve Probably Never Heard Of. Some ore fictional, others are historic, all rise above the passivity of the Disney version. Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night.” If you’ve only seen it in 2D pictures, you’ll want to read this. Your Cat Is Trying To Communicate With You Through Meows, Yowls And Blinks. Show More Summary
The Van Gogh Museum has for the first time acquired a work by Edgar Degas: the La lecture après le bain monotype. A monotype is a print of an ink drawing made on a plate. Degas? monotypes are rare and they were a hidden treasure, because they never left his studio during his lifetime. Show More Summary
Knowing a Van Gogh painting when you see it is one thing, but understanding it is quite another. In order to truly see and appreciate a van Gogh piece such as “The Starry Night,” you have to be able to look at it with a fresh eye (not an easy task for something you’ve probably seen seen 100 times before). Show More Summary
If you ever felt the need to visit the Van Gogh Museum or take a canal tour, then you may be interested in this ongoing campaign from DUMBO/Brooklyn-based shop Mustache, which has already claimed that “everything is hip” in Holland. Mustache,...Show More Summary
Birties breaks convention with awesome cotton bow ties printed with vibrant images from pop culture and everyday objects. Whether you like Mrs. Fields, Mario Bros., Joy Division or Van Gogh, there’s a bow tie for everyone.
The Edge of the Canvas features six famous works given a modern twist that extends their canvas further
NEW YORK (AP) — A late Vincent van Gogh painting and a 1954 work by Mark Rothko from the collection of Rachel "Bunny" Mellon are going on the auction block next month. Van Gogh's "The Allee of Alyscamps" from 1888 could sell for more than $40 million at Sotheby's on May 5. Show More Summary
On 12 May 2015 Sotheby?s New York will present the majestic Untitled (Yellow and Blue) by Mark Rothko as a major highlight of the Contemporary Art Evening Sale. The work was executed in 1954, the year the artist created a number of his most celebrated canvases, and furthermore boasts distinguished provenance that includes the Collection of Mr. Show More Summary
Vincent Van Gogh, "Still Life with Scabiosa and Ranunculus" (1886)...
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With its seductive swirls, intoxicating composition, and enchanting color palette, Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night is one of the world's most beloved and well-known works of art. In its creation and eventual success, there's much more to this Starry Night than you might have known. 1. Show More Summary
vincentvangogh-art: Red Poppies and Daisies, 1890 Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh?s artworks can now also be ?seen? by means of touch: the Van Gogh Museum has started with a special programme for the blind and visually impaired. Feeling Van Gogh is an interactive guided tour including a workshop involving various senses. Show More Summary
Ellis Faas was way ahead of the selfie trend. The Amsterdam-based makeup artist and photographer bought her first camera at age 14, enrolled in a narcissism-themed photography course at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and began taking self-portraits, which led to her multifaceted career.
huariqueje: The Garden of Saint Paul’s Hospital - Vincent van Gogh 1889. Post- impressionism Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)
You can read graphic novels and learn art history. British publisher SelfMadeHero is putting a fun twist on biographies with their new Art Masters graphic novel series. Distributed in the US by Abrams, Vincent is already out and Pablo releases on April 7. READ MORE »
Here at The Eye, we love a glow-in-the-dark sidewalk. This week in the Netherlands, artist Daan Roosegaarde’s design studio inaugurated the Van Gogh–Roosegaarde bicycle path, a dreamy version of Vincent van Gogh’s famous painting...Show More Summary