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Van Gogh and Post - Impressionism

Vincent Van Gogh - Post Impressionism

In Van Gogh’s lifetime, he sold very few paintings. Though he was regarded so highly that forgeries were made even in his own lifetime. It is crazy to think, that even with a brother as an art dealer, that nobody bought his work when he was alive. And now today, his paintings sell higher than any other artist.

The colors of Van Gogh and Gauguin were more vibrant then the Impressionist almost pastel like palette. For this reason they were considered Post-Impressionists. The colors used were very different than the subtle colors used by the impressionist, like Monet, Pissaro, and Cezanne, while.

 
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Van Gogh's Bedroom At Arles
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The Starry Night, 1889
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Olive Trees, 1889
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Starry Night Over the Rhone, 1888
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The Olive Trees, 1889
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Boats at Saint-Maries, 1888
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Cafe At Night
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Wheatfield
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The Mulberry Tree, 1889
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Sunflowers
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The All-Night Cafe at Arles
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Farmer At Sunset
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Irises
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Champ d'Oliviers (Olive Grove I)
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Sun Flowers
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Le Jardin de l'hopital a Arles
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Poplars on a Hill
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Wheatfield with Crows
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Sunflowers
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The Wheat Field, 1888
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Van Gogh was Arles; he produced a vast amount of artwork: 200 paintings, 100 drawings, and 200 letters in less than 500 days. Monet’s brush strokes, as well as the other impressionist were made to be viewed from a distance; they seem to come to life with movement and life; that the previous Rubinesque work had lacked.

It is widely known that Van Gogh suffered from deep depression. He was hospitalized at San Remy, where he did some of his best and most famous works. At San Remy, he wrote often to his brother Theo. The famous book Dear Theo consists of those letters and is a very interesting book.

Like the great masters that came before him, Da Vinci, Rembrandt and Michelangelo, Van Gogh put his heart and amazing life energy into his work. Van Gogh’s was always exceptional.

 


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