Vase of Carnations-vincent van gogh

Portrait of a clean shaven man wearing a furry winter hat and smoking a pipe; facing to the right with a bandaged right ear en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Vincent_Willem_van_Gogh_106.jpg
Self-portrait, 1889, private collection. Mirror-image self portrait with bandged ear
Vincent Van Gogh, self portrait Color Planet.

Vincent van Gogh was the son of a minister and a preacher himself for a while. After he was dismissed in 1880 from his position as preacher in the poor mine region of Borinage in Belgium, he chose the life of an artist. Until 1886 Van Gogh wandered round the Netherlands. His paintings from this period are dark in tone and examples of the difficult life of a peasant. In 1886, Van Gogh left for Paris where his brother Theo had a gallery. He got to know artists such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Seurat and Gauguin, and these had considerable influence on his work. His colour palette became lighter and he experimented with an impressionistic style of painting. In 1888, Van Gogh settled in Arles; his friend Gauguin would later follow him there. Here, Van Gogh’s mental health deteriorated, which led, among other things, to the famous incident when he cut off a piece of his ear. He left around 1250 paintings and 1000 water colours, sketches and drawings, and also an extensive correspondence with his brother Theo. Source : https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/a-weaver-s-cottage/QQFPfLmlSNyRHQ?hl=en

Vase of Carnations

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Vincent van Gogh
Vase of Carnations by Coloring Book and me.

You may find the following website useful for other information about Vincents Van Gogh and his paintings it not only contains biographies but stories and much of his other art works.

https://www.vangoghmuseum.nl/en/art-and-stories/art/vincent-van-gogh#biography

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