aubreylstallard: Vincent van Gogh, 1890
In December 1878 Vincent Van Gogh arrived in the Borinage, a bleak coal- mining district near Mons. He was 25… The post Christ of the coal mines appeared first on The Spectator.
Perhaps you have a Vincent van Gogh coffee table book. Perhaps you've seen his works in a museum. Perhaps, like myself, you've even seen a tourist couple rub their hands over a van Gogh at one of the big New York museums when they thought...Show More Summary
Crop artist Stan Herd recently completed a large-scale replica of the famous painting in a Minnesota field.
Vincent Van Gogh, "Undergrowth" (1887)...
For lovers of art, culture, and history, there isn’t a bad time to visit Amsterdam, a city serving up all three in glorious abundance. But this Fall new museum openings and exciting exhibitions mean those of us with culture-lust should really, really waste no time: Go for the museums, and [...]
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Three paintings by Vincent van Gogh have been added to the internationally acclaimed English language app for tablets 'Touch Van Gogh': ?Self-portrait as a Painter?, ?Quinces, Lemons, Pears and Grapes', and ?Field with Irises near Arles?. Show More Summary
fleurdulys: Women Picking Olives - Vincent Van Gogh 1889
Palazzo Strozzi in Florence is hosting an exhibition entitled Divine Beauty: From Van Gogh to Chagall and Fontana running from 24 September 2015 to 24 January 2016. This exhibition with over one hundred works by important Italian artists...Show More Summary
Extraordinary public interest in its two summer exhibitions, Van Gogh and Nature and Whistler?s Mother: Grey, Black, and White resulted in record-breaking attendance for the Clark Art Institute this summer. Attendance during the ninety-day...Show More Summary
That 1.2-acre field that landscape artist Stan Herd planted to look like a Van Gogh painting is pretty great, but do you know what's even better than fields? Cakes. Because you can eat them. (Technically, you can eat the...
AXEL RÜGER, the russet-haired director of the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam, is a confident man. And this ambitious new show feels very much a product of that confidence. It is, after all, the first time Edvard Munch and Vincent van Gogh, near-contemporaries and equally iconoclastic painters, have met. Show More Summary
Canadian domino artist FlippyCat (previously featured here) brought The Starry Night to life using over 7,067 dominoes. He spent 11 hours painstakingly constructing his domino tribute to van Gogh’s post-impressionist masterpiece. Once...Show More Summary
Landscape artist Stan Herd recently completed a piece commissioned by the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and if you haven't heard the term "landscape artist" before, it's exactly what it sounds like. Herd uses fields as canvases for huge art...
Watch the mad tea party reimagined in the styles of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Vincent Van Gogh.
A landscape Vincent van Gogh created a year before his death will lead Sotheby's impressionist and modern art sale in New York this fall. Landscape Under a Stormy Sky, painted in 1889, depicts a... To view the full story, click the title link.
On the occasion of the Van Gogh commemorative year 2015, the Van Gogh Museum will present Munch : Van Gogh, an ambitious exhibition that brings together Vincent van Gogh and Edvard Munch. Many iconic masterpieces that are only rarely put on loan, as well as other first-class works from around the world will be exhibited. Show More Summary
Sotheby?s New York Evening Sale of Impressionist & Modern Art on 5 November 2015 will feature an exquisite group of late- 19th and early-20th century masterworks assembled in the 1940s and ?50s by Belgian collectors Louis and Evelyn Franck. Show More Summary