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Vincent Van Gogh

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  • Figural woodcuts outlined in rhythmic lines follow to recall Vincent Van Gogh's agitated drawings and further emphasize Matisse's embrace of the past.

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  • It should be noted that the complimentary colors scheme of the mural is reminiscent the way that Vincent Van Gogh punctuated his blue night skies with yellow and orange lights, stars and moons.

    John Seed: "Basel Mural I" by Sam Francis: An Artist at the Height of His Powers

  • Lust For Life (1956)- This superb biopic about tortured 19th-century Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh (Douglas) chronicles the life of the artist from his early years as an evangelical missionary to Belgian miners to his days of squalid living with prostitute-model Christine (Pamela Brown), also focusing on the relationship between Vincent and his art-dealer brother, Theo (James Donald).

    John Farr: Kirk Douglas Turns 95!

  • Indeed, Vincent Van Gogh even said in a letter, "Degas lives like some petty lawyer, and doesn't like women, knowing that if he liked them and f— them a lot he would become cerebrally ill and hopeless at painting."

    Degas and His Dancers

  • Guests are first greeted by Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry Starry Night," its swirly brush-strokes now transformed into a constellation of electronic lights that map each viewers position.

    Richard MacKichan: Classic Works Get a Modern Makeover at London's Remastered

  • Vincent Van Gogh had his problems, that's for sure.

    In Philadelphia, Van Gogh's Nature Cure

  • Vincent Van Gogh was a handful: almost certainly a victim of epilepsy, perhaps an alcoholic, maybe mad from the leaded paint he worked with, but in any case a raving, God-haunted lunatic most of the time and nobody's favorite neighbor.

    In Philadelphia, Van Gogh's Nature Cure

  • Vincent and Theo (1990)- Dark, complex film delves into the fraught relationship between artist Vincent Van Gogh (Tim Roth) and younger brother Theo (Paul Rhys), a struggling art dealer who single-handedly supports his penniless, eccentric older brother for most of Vincent's life, sacrificing his own happiness and fulfillment.

    John Farr: Remembering Robert Altman

  • One of my favorite episodes from last year's season of Doctor Who found the doctor and his companion battling an invisible creature that was terrorizing Vincent Van Gogh.

    Chris Stedman: Stephen Hawking's Other Insight

  • Over the years, Mr. Merrill had a steady career as an artist and painting teacher, but his early dreams of being the next Vincent Van Gogh or Edward Hopper never quite worked out.

    A Local Life: Ross Merrill, 67: Painter and National Gallery's chief of conservation

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