These two were problematic af
Van Gogh argued with Bernard and especially Paul Gauguin as to whether one should paint from nature, as Van Gogh preferred, or paint what Gauguin called “abstractions”: paintings conceived in the imagination, or de tête. In the letter to Bernard, Van Gogh recounted his experiences when Gauguin lived with him for nine weeks in the fall and winter of 1888: “When Gauguin was in Arles, I once or twice allowed myself to be led astray into abstraction, as you know… . But that was delusion, dear friend, and one soon comes up against a brick wall… And yet, once again I allowed myself to be led astray into reaching for stars that are too big—another failure—and I have had my fill of that." Van Gogh here is referring to the expressionistic swirls which dominate the upper center portion of The Starry Night.
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“I feel there is nothing more artistic than loving people.”
-Vincent Van Gogh
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Ulivi con Cielo Giallo e Sole, Vincent Van Gogh (1889)
Piles of French Novels
Vincent Van Gogh
October-November 1887. Oil on canvas, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.
Van Gogh exhibit - Birmingham
I drew the gremlin
clone high doodles
ill draw gandhi and van gogh making out or smth later idk
Autoritratto con cappello di paglia,
Vincent van Gogh (1887)