Van Gogh

  • (noun): Dutch postimpressionist painter noted for his use of color (1853-1890).
    Synonyms: Vincent van Gogh, Gogh

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Langlois Bridge At Arles (Van Gogh Series) - Background - Japanese Influence
... The Langlois Bridge reminded Van Gogh of Hiroshige's print Sudden Shower on the Great Bridge ... Inspired by the Japanese wood block prints, Van Gogh sought to integrate techniques from Japanese artwork into his own ... being continued in France." With a Japanese aesthetic, Van Gogh's Langlois Bridge paintings reflect a simplified use of color to create a harmonious and ...
Langlois Bridge At Arles (Van Gogh Series) - Two Other Paintings - The Langlois Bridge At Arles With Road Alongside The Canal
... Van Gogh used varying techniques when he created the painting, depending upon the subject and what he wanted to convey ... Van Gogh also plays close attention to the reflection of the bridge in the water ... Van Gogh claimed the painting as "something funny.. ...
Langlois Bridge At Arles (Van Gogh Series)
... one watercolor and four drawings by Vincent van Gogh ... The works, made in 1888 when Van Gogh lived in Arles, in southern France, represent a melding of formal and creative aspects ... Van Gogh leverages a perspective frame that he built and used in The Hague to create precise lines and angles when portraying perspective ...
Langlois Bridge At Arles (Van Gogh Series) - Three Paintings With Similar Compositions
... The Langlois Bridge at Arles with Women Washing is one of van Gogh's most iconic and best loved paintings, acknowledged as the first masterpiece of his Arles period ... Van Gogh skillfully uses his knowledge of color theory and the "law of simultaneous contrasts" in this work ... Wisdom The Thought and Art of Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin" describes Van Gogh's technical and artistic execution of this painting ...
The Wheat Field (series Of Paintings) - The Wheat Field - Fall and Winter, 1889 - Wheat Field With Cypresses
... (F615) The wheat field with cypresses paintings were made when Van Gogh was able to leave the asylum ... Van Gogh had a fondness for cypresses and wheat fields of which he wrote "Only I have no news to tell you, for the days are all the same, I have no ideas, except to think that a field of wheat or a ... and the wheat field in the sun, which represents the extreme heat, very thick too." Van Gogh who regarded this landscape as one of his "best" summer paintings ...

Famous quotes by van gogh:

    A good picture is equivalent to a good deed.
    —Vincent Van Gogh (1853–1890)