Loving Vincent - Film Trailer
The ambitious animation aims to tell the story of Vincent Van Gogh’s influential but troubled life, using 12 hand-made oil paintings per second that were created in the style of the legendary painter....
Don McLean - Vincent ( Starry, Starry Night) With Lyrics
Don McLean's Vincent (Starry,Starry Night) Almost all images created by Vincent Van- Gogh. Song by Don McLean I in no way assume any credit for song or images.
His Most Iconic Work? Cafe Terrace at Night by Vincent Van Gogh
There's a cliché that says a candle burns brightest just before it burns out. That could apply to Vincent Van Gogh and his time spent in Arles. During this chaotic period at the end of his life, he pa...
Stunning Van Gogh-Inspired Land Art Springs To Life In A Minneapolis Meadow
Headed to Minneapolis or St. Paul by plane in the near future? Don’t forget to look out the window—Kansas landscape artist Stan Herd recently completed a stunning large-scale rendition of a Vincent Va...
50,000-Flower Display Marks 125th Anniversary Of Van Gogh's Death
On the 125th anniversary of Vincent van Gogh's death, institutions across the world are celebrating the Dutch artist's legacy. A portrait of van Gogh made of 50,000 dahlias is on display in Amsterdam ...
Evelyn Nesbit, Harry Thaw & The 1906 Stanford White Murder
In the annals of 20th century crime there are many cases that claim the title of the “crime of the century.” From the Lindbergh kidnapping case to the O.J Simpson saga, the public has always had an un...
The Night Cafe - An Immersive VR Tribute To Vincent Van Gogh
You can literally enter the painting as you take a virtual reality tour of Van Gogh's Night Cafe. Very creative...
Blood on the canvas: the greatest feuds in art history
In his exhibition You Were Shit in the 80s, artist Mackie imagines fictional feuds between great artists. He didn’t need to. Real art history is riddled with rivalries – from Leonardo’s attempted cast...
Van Gogh landscape to be shown for first time in 100 years
The significance of two handwritten numbers scribbled almost imperceptibly on the back had been overlooked until now. They have been found to correspond precisely with those on two separate lists of V...
The Chemistry of Why van Gogh Reds Are Going White
Vincent van Gogh's reds have been turning white, but the exact reason why has remained unclear.
Van Gogh - In His Own Words
All quotes taken from the letters of Van Gogh
8 Things You Didn't Know About The Artist Vincent Van Gogh
Here are eight things you didn't van Knowgh....
Van Gogh’s legacy gets new treatment in Paris-France
A new exhibition in Paris dedicated to Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh puts forth two daring questions: Was he crazy? And who was responsible for his suicide at the age of 37?
Extremely Detailed Close-Ups of Van Gogh’s Masterpieces
Vincent Willem van Gogh (30 March 1853 – 29 July 1890) was a Dutch post-Impressionist painter whose work, notable for its rough beauty, emotional honesty and bold color, had a far-reaching influence o...
Death of Vincent van Gogh - The True Death of Van Gogh?
60 Minutes Report on the reexamination of the events that lead to the final end of the prolific and tortured painter Vincent Van Gogh.
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