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Vincent Van Gogh

The son of a Dutch clergyman, Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) tried and failed at dealing art, teaching, and religious evangelism before turning to drawing and painting at age twenty-seven. He was a self-taught and virtually unnoticed painter who sold only one artwork during his lifetime. Soon after finishing Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat, van Gogh left the bustle of Paris for the south of France. There he sought the direct inspiration of nature and the color, light, and natural forms he admired in Japanese prints. Unfortunately, his attacks of mental illness continued, and, at the age of thirty-seven, he took his own life.

Vincent Van Gogh, Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat, 1887

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Vincent Van Gogh

(Dutch, 1853 - 1890)

Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat, 1887

 

Vincent Van Gogh, Self-Portrait 1889

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Vincent Van Gogh

Self-Portrait 1889

 

Vincent Van Gogh, Roses 1890

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Vincent Van Gogh

Roses 1890

Vincent Van Gogh, Roulin's Baby, 1888

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Vincent Van Gogh

Roulin's Baby, 1888

Vincent Van Gogh, Postcard with Two Peasants Digging, 1885

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Vincent Van Gogh

Postcard with Two Peasants Digging, 1885

Vincent Van Gogh, Flower Beds in Holland, 1883

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Vincent Van Gogh

Flower Beds in Holland, 1883

Vincent Van Gogh, The Olive Orchard 1889

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Vincent Van Gogh

The Olive Orchard 1889

Vincent Van Gogh, Man Polishing a Boot, 1882

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Vincent Van Gogh

Man Polishing a Boot, 1882

Vincent Van Gogh, Ploughman in The Fields Near Arles, 1888

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Vincent Van Gogh

Ploughman in The Fields Near Arles, 1888

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