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Sunset at Montmajour is Van Gogh’s first full-size canvas discovered in 85 years.
Making truth and beauty isn’t just for idle young prodigies.
I just don’t know what to believe anymore.
Well, at least according to this person’s teacher. But hey, I think it checks out.
Belgrade-based designer Valentin made this GIF from Frida Kahlo’s iconic 1940 painting “Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird.”
Excavating your home or local thrift store could lead to millions!
Oh my Gogh!
Fan art takes a turn for the post-Impressionist. If you’ve ever wanted to see the likes of Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman or The Simpsons’ Groundskeeper Willie re-imagined as Van Gogh, look no further.
“Still Life With Meadow Flowers And Roses” was thought to be the work of an unknown artist until x-rays recently revealed an image underneath that proved the piece is an authentic Van Gogh. Looks pretty good, right? More info at CNN.
This is what happens when one tormented soul paints the portrait of the other. Artist James Hance produced this awesome portrait of Batman in the style of Vincent van Gogh. See more of his art or buy prints at his website. (via) View Image ›
Impressive. Though admittedly I’m a sucker for dessert before fine art. View Image ›
He was a cutter before it was called emo. View Image ›
Arthur Buxton breaks down van Gogh paintings for a view of color schemes. Answers to be revealed in the near future. View Image ›
Amazing photograph of a real life Van Gogh from artist James Birbeck. View Image ›
A smattering of lowbrow high art from deviantART. View List ›
In this cool stop motion video, Van Gogh’s portrait is recreated entirely out of folded shirts. Watch Video ›
This confuses me to no end. Is this a commercial for fictional yogurt or for the arts? Why did no one tell me that Van Gogh made animatronic paintings? Oh well, I’ll just go eat some Raisin Brahms. Watch Video ›
If Van Gogh liked Maurice Sendak, he would’ve painted this. Also, WANT. View Image ›
The true (?) story of Van Gogh’s strange self-mutilation. Find out why Van Gogh once wrote to his brother, “Luckily Gauguin … is not yet armed with machine guns and other dangerous war weapons.”