"AT ETERNITY'S GATE" - movie 2019
VGM - Entrance Building
Vincent's CV 2019
Vincent's CV 1888
Van Gogh and After - prof. Claude Cernushi - lecture
The Met - van Gogh Collection
M. BAILEY - " THE SUNFLOWERS ARE MINE"
M. Bailey:"Van Gogh at the Asylum." May 1889 - May 1890
IRVING STONE: "Lust for Life."
Van Gogh - birds
Absinthe and mutilated ear /23.XII.1888/
Van Gogh - religious paintings
BORINAGE 1878 - 1880
Van Gogh // other images of CHAIRS
Van Gogh. The Complete Paintings
NATIONAL GALLERIES SCOTLAND - van Gogh
Christie's auctions - van Gogh
Health of Vincent van Gogh
STARRY NIGHT - MoMA
Vincent van Gogh - quotes
Van Gogh Alive Exibition
The Zouave Vincent van Gogh, 1888
Do the colours in this painting seem a little harsh or ‘coarse’? That was exactly what Van Gogh intended. [He wanted](http://vangoghletters.org/vg/letters/let629/letter.html) to 'work on portraits that are vulgar, even garish like [this] one. It teaches me, and that's what I ask of my work above all.' For the sake of the colour contrast, he painted red bricks on the right. Such bricks were not used in Arles.Van Gogh was pleased that he had the opportunity to…
Van Gogh at the Drive-Thru? As Museums Remain on Lockdown, a Toronto Exhibition Is Treating Viewers to the Dutch Master’s Art in Their Cars - Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit
Visitors to the Toronto exhibition can experience the sound-and-light show from their cars. With social distancing regulations in force, and many uncomfortable attending in-person events, there has been a renewed interest in drive-in experiences. The growing appeal of drive-in movies has inspired others to experiment with live events such as drive-in concerts and raves—and now, […]
Adventures with Van Gogh
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Fig. 8.-A black & white rendition of V. van Gogh's "Starry Night" (van...
Download scientific diagram | -A black & white rendition of V. van Gogh's "Starry Night" (van Gogh 1889). It is shown unmodified on the left and with a diagonal black line added on the right. The default path of the viewer's eye begins at the lower left edge and travels on a diagonal towards the upper right. In order to engage the viewer's eye with the picture, this path is blocked by structures which include the black vertical bar formed by the trees on the left and the left-to-right…