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#VanGoghUpClose Discover the Portrait of Léonie Rose Charbuy-Davy, Vincent van Gogh (1887) [ Ow.ly Link ]
VanGoghUpClose Discover the Portrait of Léonie Rose CharbuyDavy Vincent van Gogh 1887
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Ree Grant Noe
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04/22/2017 at 15:13. Facebook
In the print series Instruments de musique by Vallotton, the musicians appear totally absorbed in the world of their performance. The shapes of the furniture and the patterns of the wallpaper echo the instruments being played.

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In the print series Instruments de musique by Vallotton the musicians appear
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Franziska Grande
Mivh Pari
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04/21/2017 at 13:24. Facebook
'I wouldn’t exactly have chosen madness if there had been a choice [..], in addition there will still perhaps be the consolation of being able to continue to work on some painting a little. ' Wrote Vincent to Theo #OnThisDay in 1889.

Blossoming Peach Trees, Vincent van Gogh (1888): [ Ow.ly Link ]
I wouldnt exactly have chosen madness if there had been a choice
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Nathalie Monnier
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04/20/2017 at 13:14. Facebook
Vincent began to draw in dancehalls and theatres in Antwerp in 1885. Nightlife had become a new subject in art around that time.

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Vincent van Gogh, Couple Dancing (1885)
Vincent began to draw in dancehalls and theatres in Antwerp in 1885
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Ila Kleinman
Carol Wickham
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04/19/2017 at 13:16. Facebook
Van Gogh wanted the colours to evoke 'the soft rustle of the ears of grain swaying back and forth in the wind.' Did he succeed?
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Van Gogh wanted the colours to evoke the soft rustle of the
Victoria Congson
Ed Lavino
Ethel M. Kitchel
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04/18/2017 at 13:44. Facebook
In The Hague Van Gogh threw himself into life drawing. The painter Breitner remembered how Van Gogh sometimes started sketching rather too obviously, causing something of a stir. It seemed that not everyone appreciated being observed and sketched.

Old Man with a Stick (1882), [ Ow.ly Link ]
In The Hague Van Gogh threw himself into life drawing The painter
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Frank van Oortmerssen
Sara Arcodia
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04/17/2017 at 13:40. Facebook
The first sunflowers Van Gogh ever painted.
Later the large bouquets of sunflowers in a vase made him world-famous. #VanGoghFacts
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The first sunflowers Van Gogh ever painted
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Nathalie Monnier
Tracy McIlwaine
Happy Easter Sunday!
#VanGoghInspires thank you Laura Dattile for sharing your Van Gogh Easter eggs.
Happy Easter Sunday VanGoghInspires thank you Laura Dattile for sharing your Van
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Van Gogh wanted 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.'
The Zouave, Vincent van Gogh (1888)
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Van Gogh wanted to work on portraits that are vulgar even garish
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'A lost love returns' Colleagues Serge and Marije tell their personal stories about the stolen paintings. #VanGoghReturns

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Meinard Kloppenburg
Hanna de Broekere
'At the moment prints are the exclusive interest here, it is a mania, the young artists no longer do anything else.' Pissarro (1897)

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The Tinsmith, (1882), Louis-Robert Carrier-Belleuse.
At the moment prints are the exclusive interest here it is a
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Maggie Rovner
Today we have welcomed the millionth multimedia guide user!

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#ArtOfTheWeek Horse, Vincent van Gogh (1886) [ Ow.ly Link ]
ArtOfTheWeek Horse Vincent van Gogh 1886
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Giuseppe Siniscalchi
Jean Jacques Nicolau
'My word, these anxieties... who can live in modern life without catching his share of them?
The best consolation, if not the only remedy, is, it still seems to me, profound friendships,'
Van Gogh to Signac #OnThisDay in 1889

Road Running Beside the Paris Ramparts (1887)
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'My word these anxieties who can live in modern life without catching his share of them
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Nestal Tirado
Monty Kolste
'The air here is definitely doing me good, I could wish you deep lungfuls of it.' Wrote Vincent to Theo #OnThisDay in 1888: [ Ow.ly Link ]
The air here is definitely doing me good I could wish you
Antonio Argudo Beltra
Pat Parr
Charley Edelman
Vincent: 'You know these subjects are among the ones that cheer everyone up.'
Vincent: 'You know these subjects are among the ones that cheer everyone up'
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Eliz M Antonelli
Wilma Stokkentre
#VanGoghStories Vincent moved back in with his parents in December 1883 at the age of 30. He initially worked in a small studio at the back of the house. He thought Nuenen was the ideal setting for a ‘peasant painter’.

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The Vicarage at Nuenen, Vincent van Gogh (1885)
VanGoghStories Vincent moved back in with his parents in December 1883 at
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Julia Alonso Lopez
Marie-anne Berkers
#VanGoghUpClose To render sunlight in this landscape, Van Gogh used highly diluted oil paint. This resulted in a translucent, matt effect.

Montmartre: Windmills and Allotments, Vincent van Gogh (1887)
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VanGoghUpClose To render sunlight in this landscape Van Gogh used highly diluted
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Poster for the Café-concert Le Divan Japonais (1893), Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. #printsinparis
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