Art Analysis : Vincent Van Gogh

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Art by definition is something created with imagination and skill and that is beautiful or that expresses important ideas or feelings. By definition one would assume that art is directly related to the artist’s emotional state or point of view. That assumption would be correct in relation to the artwork of Vincent Van Gogh and numerous other artist. Vincent Van Gogh a 19th century painter was widely misunderstood for the greater part of ten years. His style of art within itself was before its time. One simply can’t look at a Van Gogh and understand the story behind it without knowing his story. A man of many trades an art dealer, evangelist, teacher, and then finally artist. Van Gogh was an artist before he realized sketching in London, and then of the workers in the Borinage. Without knowing that, his brother Theo was the one to open his eyes to the fact he was meant to be an artist and then end up supporting him for the span of his career you would miss the essence of Van Gogh’s support system. If one weren’t to understand the amount of pain and suffering Van Gogh went through you couldn’t possibly his work. The beauty in art not just Van Gogh’s is the underlying story for which is its platform for existing. Take in to account, “The Potato Eaters” by Van Gogh created in Nuenen, Netherlands in April of 1885. This oil painting didn’t just take the painstaking twelve days of the actual painting itself took to completely satisfy
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