Vincent van Gogh

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  • Vincent Van Gogh

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    Vincent van Gogh began painting in 1879, and continued until his death in 1890. He died a premature death due to the decay of his mental stability, which led to a botched suicide attempt, causing his death two days later. He painted in the period of post-impressionism, during which he made 750 paintings, 1,600 drawings, nine lithographs, and one etching. Some of his most famous and most influential works include Starry Night, The Potato Eaters, and All-Night Café. Vincent Willem van Gogh was born

  • Vincent Van Gogh Essay

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    Biography of Vincent Van Gogh What drove Vincent Van Gogh, born March 30,1853, to his mental illness and suicide? Could it have been the many things he tried, but failed at in his life? He failed in many different careers, in love, and even his artwork. Van Gogh sold only one painting his entire life. Because of his mental illness, he was considered a crazy person. At the age of sixteen, Van Gogh went to go work with his Uncle Vincent, whom he was named after, as an art dealer at the Goupil and

  • The Works Of Vincent Van Gogh

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    the people are right; that your work is useless. This is the constant state of mind that Vincent Van Gogh lived in with his work being heavily criticized and never praised. Background and Audience Relevance: Van Gogh is one of the most well known artists today. His vivid landscapes and portraits are praised for their use of different colors and bold brush strokes. Many people can easily recognize a Van Gogh painting, but they don’t know much regarding his life or the struggles he faced as an artist

  • Vincent van Gogh Essay

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         Vincent van Gogh was born in Groot Zundert, The Netherlands on 30 March 1853. He is the son of Theodorus van Gogh and Anna Cornelia Carbentus. Van Gogh attended a boarding school in Zevenbergen for two years and then went on to attend the King Willem II secondary school in Tilburg for two more years. Then at the age of 15 he left his studies. Vincent's two uncles and his younger brothers are art dealers and the inflounced Vincent greatly. Vincent also became an art dealer

  • Vincent Van Gogh Essay

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    years time." - VINCENT VAN GOGH, 1890 What could be a more disturbing image than the one of Vincent Van Gogh as the wanderer? Of his time spent in poverty and isolation he sought to help those around him, and perhaps to find himself in the process. Picture Vincent as he gives his first Sunday sermon in Isleworth, outside of London. He was so passionate about his beliefs, but never really connected with the religious world. His sermon must have really been something. Van gogh traveled to Brussels

  • Vincent Van Gogh Essay

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    Vincent Van Gogh was one of the world 's greatest artists. Though not widely known in his lifetime, he is now considered to be the greatest Dutch artist aside from Rembrandt. He was born Vincent William van Gogh in Groot-Zundert, a small town in Brabant Netherlands, on March 30, 1853. His father was a protestant pastor which is believed to have greatly influenced Van Gogh . His mother, Anna Cornelia Carbentus, was artist that loved nature, drawing and watercolors. Her interest in all of these

  • Vincent Van Gogh Analysis

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    Vincent Van Gogh unique use of color Many people say that “a picture is worth a thousand words" and a lot of times this is true. Sometimes a picture tells a story just as well as a lot of written words. Whether an image is stunning, that image, picture, photograph, or drawing is a representation of all the words that we choose to say or not say. An image has the power and ability to express thoughts and feelings without saying a single word. It allows the person to express their own feelings in

  • Vincent Van Gogh Essay

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    Vincent Van Gogh The people back in the 19th century really didn’t accept Van Gaogh’s truthful and emotionally morbid way of expressing the way of art is to himself. It finally was seen as art through the people’s eyes. This set a stage of art that is now known as Expressionism. It is best characterized by the use of symbols and a style that expresses the artist’s inner feelings about his subject. His style of painting is exemplified by a projection of the painter’s inner experience onto the

  • Vincent Van Gogh Essay

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    Vincent Van Gogh Although he is almost unknown during his brief lifetime, Vincent Willem van Gogh, was born Mar. 30, 1853, in Groot-Zundert, the Netherlands and is today probably the most known and appreciated representative of art. His work became an important bridge between the 19th and 20th centuries; and it was particularly influential . Van Gogh clearly showed artistic talent even as a child, but neither he or his family imagined that painting would become his career. Instead, at the age of

  • Vincent Van Gogh As A Craftsman

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    Vincent van Gogh, a standout amongst the most understood post-impressionist craftsmen, for whom shading was the central image of articulation, was conceived in Groot-Zundert, Holland on March 30, 1853.The child of a minister, raised in a religious and refined climate, Vincent was exceptionally enthusiastic, needed fearlessness and battled with his character and with course. He trusted that his actual calling was to lecture the gospel; notwithstanding, it took a long time for him to find his calling