A drawing that the artist made in Paris in 1886 has been recognized by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which researched its history.
"The Hill of Montmartre with Stone Quarry was acquired in 2014 by the Van Vlissingen Art Foundation, which then showed the work to specialists at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. After research into the subject, style, technique, materials and provenance, they concluded that it is indeed by the artist.... What adds to the […]
A drawing has been confirmed as the work of celebrated artist Vincent van Gogh, reports the New York Times. Read more...
Art lovers are in for a rare treat as four forgotten works by Dutch masters Vincent van Gogh and 17th-century painter Govert Flinck have gone on display, after gathering dust for more than 100 years. The works include a never-before-seen Van Gogh drawing, which had been in private hands until now. Show More Summary
Two new drawings from 1886 have been authenticated by the Van Gogh Museum as original works by the Post-Impressionist Master. The post Two Newly Discovered van Gogh Drawings Go on Display appeared first on Hyperallergic.
In 1886 and 1887, Vincent van Gogh lived with his beloved brother Theo in an apartment in Montmartre, Paris's iconic hilltop neighborhood famous at the time for its vibrant art scene. That's where he composed a series of works in which...Show More Summary
Vincent van Gogh, Street in Saintes-Maries, 1888Via Arts Everyday Living
WELL, THIS IS THE 21ST CENTURY, YOU KNOW: NASA’s $1 Billion Probe Just Sent Back Mind-Meltingly Gorgeous New Images of Jupiter. The polar clouds are particularly cool, and look as if they were painted by Van Gogh.
"'I can't create the objects I crave to look at,' he [once] said, 'so I collect them.'... His personal collection featured more than 400 drawings, including rare works by Goya, Van Gogh and Andrea Mantegna and price-setting items by Rembrandt and Samuel Palmer. But he insisted that 'great art collecting need not be based […]
artist-vangogh: Public Garden with Fence, 1888, Vincent van Gogh Medium: ink on paper
The Van Gogh Museum will close the year having welcomed a new record of circa 2.260.000 visitors, making it the most visited museum in the Netherlands in 2017. Axel Rüger (Director of the Van Gogh Museum): ?This milestone demonstrates how Vincent van Gogh still inspires innumerable people all around the world. Show More Summary
Since December 1997, 20 million visitors from around the globe have made the pilgrimage to see works from Van Gogh, Monet and many more.
As of today, the painting entitled Watermill at Kollen by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) can be viewed at Het Noordbrabants Museum in Den Bosch. Exactly one month ago, the museum purchased the painting at the Impressionist & Modern Art Sale at Sotheby's in New York for almost 3 million Euros (a hammer price of 2.6 million dollars). Show More Summary
"Visitors come to the Getty Center in Los Angeles to see Vincent van Gogh's irises and other great works. What they don't see is the reason that these masterpieces could stay put while thousands in Southern California had to evacuate as multiple fires raged in recent days, one of which came within thousands of feet […]
windypoplarsroom: Vincent van Gogh “Dish with Citrus Fruit” (1887)
Is Loving Vincent good? Very good. What’s it about? A loose semi-speculative biopic about the life of artist Vincent Van Gogh, specifically his last few years and the semi-suspicious circumstances of his death. […] The post MovieBob Reviews: LOVING VINCENT appeared first on Geek.com.
The term 'tortured artists' has been used to describe some of history's greatest painters, from Vincent Van Gogh and Henri de Tolousse-Lautrec to Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock. They are credited with creating some of the world'sShow More Summary
Have you always felt you are an underappreciated artist, one severed ear from becoming a Van Gogh? A few cubes away from a Picasso? Then maybe Passpartout: Starving Artist [$4.99] is the game for you. The just-released game is a port of the PC game with the same name, but it looks like it was
But what kind of painting? Picasso? Van Gogh? Monet?
UNDERRATED “Loving Vincent” (2017): Directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, this biopic of Vincent Van Gogh is built around the sort of inspired, lunatic ambition that would have made its subject proud. The first hand-painted animated film, “Loving Vincent” functions as a mystery that pieces...