Is Van Gogh’s ‘The Night Cafe’ a Misunderstood Gem?
Vincent van Gogh is regarded as one of the greatest painters of all time. But, did you know that the Dutch artist considered one painting of his – The Night Café – to be ugly? The painting shows a jarring image of an interior of a café and contains harsh tones of red and green.
A Beautiful Moment: Van Gogh Coming to Life!
The paintings of Vincent Van Gogh , whose work, notable for its rough beauty, emotional honesty and bold color, had a far-reaching influence on 20th-century art.
You Have Never Seen Van Gogh's Paintings Like This Before...
Art student Serena Malyon decided to try applying a digital version of tilt-shifting on various artists’ works, and discovered that Vincent Van Gogh’s style worked perfectly, The resulting alterations make Van Gogh’s paintings sprint to life.
Joke: Introducing the van Gogh Family...
Did you know the painter Vincent van Gogh had a very large family?
12 Fascinating Facts About Van Gogh's Famous Masterpiece
Vincent Van Gogh was the ultimate tortured artist. Although so very talented, he was never recognized in his own time, and indeed lived a poor, hard life. Even his, arguably, magnum opus depicts a scene from a mental institution.
Hilarious: The Truth About Vincent Van Gogh's Family!
We all know Vincent van Gogh for his stellar artistry and the masterpieces he left the world, but I didn't know about his vast extended family until I came across this fascinating post.
Did You Know That Van Gogh Created Over 900 Paintings?
Beach at Scheveningen in Stormy Weather, 1882, now in the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (By Vincent van Gogh, Wikimedia Commons ) 5. Beach at Scheveningen in calm weather, 1882, now in the Minnesota Marine Art Museum (By Vincent van Gogh, Wikimedia Commons ) 6.
Have You Ever Heard of Vincent Van Gogh's Family? You Should
Have you met the family of Vincent van Gogh?
This Van is Better Than Most Limos
Klassen is a German company whose expertise is turning plain vans into luxury mobile offices. They offer varying degrees of luxury, in accordance with the customer’s needs and wants.
This Man Transforms His Grandma's Van to Travel the World
This photographer, Travis Burke , decided to take the plunge, and live out his dream of traveling the word in a camper van with just a camera and a burning desire for adventure.
Few of These Famous Stolen Paintings Were Never Seen Again
View of the Sea at Scheveningen by Vincent van Gogh (By Vincent van Gogh, Wikimedia Commons ) Stolen In: 2002 Recovered in: 2016 Current Status: Returned to the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, after being stolen as part of a $30 million heist. 9.
7 Scenes that Show the Impact Paintings Have on Cinema
Wheatfield with Crows by Vincent van Gogh (1890)/ Dreams by Akira Kurosawa (1990) This isn’t so much a nod, as a direct reference.
12 Inspirational Quotes From the World’s Great Artists
." - Vincent Van Gogh Related Article: 13 Quotes From the Greatest Minds of the 20th Century 6. "Who sees the human face correctly: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter?" - Pablo Picasso [related_articles] 7. “If we go for the easy way, we never change.” - Marina Abramović 8.
Have You Seen the Incredible New Volkswagen Camper Van?
When people think of the camper van design, they will inevitably think of Volkswagen. The classic VW vans of the 60s and 70s remain collector's favorites to this day and are a cultural icon.
WOW! This Artist Recreates Famous Paintings on COFFEE FOAM
The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh View this post on Instagram A post shared by 이강빈 (@leekangbin91) on Sep 10, 2018 at 2:12am PDT The Scream by Edward Munch View this post on Instagram A post shared by 이강빈 (@leekangbin91) on Apr 24, 2018 at 8:10am PDT The Star by Edgar Degas View this post on Instagram
These Giant Flower Sculptures are a Sight to Behold
This year's theme was inspired by native born Vincent Van Gogh. Last year's theme was pretty magnificent too - if you've got a soft spot for flowers combined with art, check out Zundert's flower parade for 2014 here .
Discover the Secrets Behind 7 of the Most Famous Paintings
Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and Van Gogh, to name but a few, are names that many of us know and whose painting are easily recognizable, but there is definitely more to these paintings than meets the eye.
These 7 Famous Artworks Have Neat HIDDEN Messages
'The Starry Night' by Vincent Van Gogh (1889) What else could possibly be said about this painting, you might ask yourself? We completely understand the sentiment, as 'The Starry Night' is definitely among the most recognized and talked about paintings in history.
Here Are the Absolute Best Flower Paintings Ever Created
Classical Dutch floral still lifes, for example, depict the subject matter with precision and definition, focusing on the shape and variation in color, whereas impressionists like Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh often use blurred or crude brushstrokes to capture the mood of their subject matter and
What Incredible Talent! Optical Illusions In 15 Portraits
Loving Vincent Isn't it mesmerizing how precisely the author simulated the original style of Vincent van Gogh? The Starry Night forms the face of the painter, and the small city of Arles, where the painter used to live and create, completes his face. 4.
8 Famous Artists That Were Rejected During Their Lives
Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) Nowadays, Van Gogh’s work sells for millions of dollars and it is some of the most valuable and highly sought after in the world. For example, in 1990, his portrait of Dr. Gachet sold for $82.5 million, making it one of the most expensive paintings ever sold.
15 Incredible Paintings That Every Art Lover Must Know...
"Starry Night" by Vincent van Gogh (1889) Starry Night might just be one of the most loved paintings in art history. The bold brush strokes of swirling sky and bright colors fill me with so much energy and excitement. The dead, dusky tree in the foreground offers an ominous contrast.
These Classic Paintings Will Always Be Remembered
The Painter Who Inspired Many Impressionist Artists
It was when he was in his 40s, he met and mentored young and talented artists like Paul Cezanne, Vincent Van Gogh , Pierre Auguste Renoir, and Claude Monet, who considered him to be a father figure not only to them personally, but to all impressionist painters.