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Vincent van gogh

  1. Vincent van Gogh
  2. His life as an painter Van Gogh was a painter. His work had a great influence on modern art because of the colours and his emotional power. When he was young he worked on a company of art dealers. He traveled in many different places and from 1879 he worked in a mining place in Belgium.He began drawing people there and then he painted his first important work in 1885 ‘‘The potato ‘Vincent Van Gogh‘The potato eaters’’ 1885
  3. His Early Life Van Gogh was born on 30 March in Netherland father, Theodorus Van Gogh was a pastor and mother, Anna Cornelia Carbentus was an artis was born a year after his brother death also n Vincent. They had the same birthday. He walke grave of his dead brother every day and later had a psychological trauma as a result although this can’t be proved. Self-portrait 1886, Van Gogh
  4. His career Between 1860 and 1880 he decided to become an artist. In 1885, van Gogh found the works of famous artists and bought a lot of paints. In 1886 he went to Paris. There he met Pissarro, Monet, and Gauguin. This helped the colors of his paintings lighten and be painted in short strokes. He decided to go to Arles where he hoped his friends would join him. Gauguin did join him, but it did not help. Near the end of 1888, Gauguin left Arles. Van Gogh followed him, but he stopped. Instead, he cut his own ear off. After that, van Gogh began to get fits of madness and
  5. His Death In May of 1890, he regained his health and went to live in Auvers-sur-Oise in France. Two months later on 27 July, he was shot in the stomach by himself or in a accident with two kids. In the early morning of 29 July 1890 in his room at the Auberge Ravoux he died with Theo at his side. Theo reported his last words was "La tristesse durera toujours", which means, "The sadness will last forever“in French.Vincent and his brother Theo buried together in Auvers-
  6. Legacy During his career he had only sold one painting. After his death, Van Gogh's finest works were all sold in less than three years. His mother threw away a lot of his paintings during his life and after his death and she lived long enough to see him become a famous painter. He was not known when he was alive but he became famous after his death. Today, many people consider him to be one of the greatest painters in the history. He made more than 2,000 artworks, with 900 paintings and 1,100 drawings. Today, many
  7. Some of his work ‘‘Head of a Woman with her Hair Loose’’ Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 1885 ‘‘Flowers in a Blue Vase’’ Private collection 1886 ‘‘Le Moulin de la Galette’’ Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 1886 ‘‘The Green Parrot Disputed’’ Private collection 1886 (Part 1)
  8. Some of his work (Part 2) ‘‘Portrait of a Woman with Hat’’ Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 1887 ‘‘Still Life with Carafe and Lemons on a Plate’’ Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam 1887 ‘‘A Woman Walking in a Garden’’ Private collection 1887 ‘‘Apricot Trees in Blossom’’ Private collection 1888
  9. Some of his work (Part 3) ‘‘Seascape at Saintes-Maries’’ Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 1888 ‘‘Café Terrace at Night’’ Kröller-Müller Museum 1888 ‘‘Van Gogh's Chair’’ National Gallery London 1888 ‘‘The Starry Night’’ Museum of Modern Art New York 1889
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