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The Athenaeum - The Sower (after Millet) (Vincent van Gogh - )

The Athenaeum - The Sower (after Millet) (Vincent van Gogh - )

Van Gogh, Vincent (1853-1890) - 1889 Wheat Field with Cypresses (National Gallery, London, England)

Hogwarts Castle Starry Night Print Van Gogh, Reproduction of Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night, Hogwarts Art Print, Harry Potter print wall art

Van Gogh, Vincent (1853-1890) - 1889 Wheat Field with Cypresses (National Gallery, London, England)

1/18/16- To do something meaningful. Seems like a long hard journey that isn't worth it. However, if I can leave something bright, beautiful and heartfelt behind it might be worth it. After all, this little painting Van Gogh made stirs hope in me that happiness and joy that I have only glimpsed from a distance could be mine. And it should be others' too.

Art in The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley – in pictures

1/18/16- To do something meaningful. Seems like a long hard journey that isn't worth it. However, if I can leave something bright, beautiful and heartfelt behind it might be worth it. After all, this little painting Van Gogh made stirs hope in me that happiness and joy that I have only glimpsed from a distance could be mine. And it should be others' too.

Impressionism by Vincent Van Gogh. This painting is ranked one of the most famous paintings. Even though the image is quite simple (of sunflowers) I think it's really effective. The colors work really well together and its clear to see what the image is of. Even though the painting is mostly 2D it gives a 3D feel to the vase.

Impressionism by Vincent Van Gogh. This painting is ranked one of the most famous paintings. Even though the image is quite simple (of sunflowers) I think it's really effective. The colors work really well together and its clear to see what the image is of. Even though the painting is mostly 2D it gives a 3D feel to the vase.

VINCENT VAN GOGH (Dutch): Long Grass with Butterflies, 1890. National Gallery, London. Van Gogh was a patient at the asylum at St-Rémy, near Arles, from May 1889 to May 1890. During this time he was restricted to working in the asylum's grounds, and shortly after his arrival he described the 'abandoned gardens' in which 'the grass grows tall and unkempt, mixed with all kinds of weeds'. This view of these gardens was painted at the end of the painter's stay at the asylum.

VINCENT VAN GOGH (Dutch): Long Grass with Butterflies, 1890. National Gallery, London. Van Gogh was a patient at the asylum at St-Rémy, near Arles, from May 1889 to May 1890. During this time he was restricted to working in the asylum's grounds, and shortly after his arrival he described the 'abandoned gardens' in which 'the grass grows tall and unkempt, mixed with all kinds of weeds'. This view of these gardens was painted at the end of the painter's stay at the asylum.

Green wheat field, Auvers   1890  Vincent van Gogh.  Just given to the National Gallery of Art by Rachael Lambert Mellon for Christmas, 2013.

Green wheat field, Auvers 1890 Vincent van Gogh. Just given to the National Gallery of Art by Rachael Lambert Mellon for Christmas, 2013.

Vincent Van Gogh - Farmhouse in Provence, 1888. Oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., USA

Vincent Van Gogh - Farmhouse in Provence, 1888. Oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., USA

Vincent Van Gogh 'Two Crabs' 1889 Oil on canvas 47 x 61 cm

Vincent Van Gogh 'Two Crabs' 1889 Oil on canvas 47 x 61 cm

Vincent van Gogh, Sunflowers (1888) .. His most iconic. Look at the withered flowers.. His way of probably depicting vitality and dying in the same picture

Vincent van Gogh, Sunflowers (1888) .. His most iconic. Look at the withered flowers.. His way of probably depicting vitality and dying in the same picture

Starry, turbulent night: Vincent van Gogh's "The Starry Night" may seem fanciful, with its swirling stars and complex brushstrokes. In 2006, though, physicists from the National Autonomous University in Mexico got curious about those swirls and plotted them as if they were real. What they found, reported Nature, was that van Gogh accurately depicted turbulent flow — on a mathematical level.

Gallery: 5 Times Science Inspired Art

Starry, turbulent night: Vincent van Gogh's "The Starry Night" may seem fanciful, with its swirling stars and complex brushstrokes. In 2006, though, physicists from the National Autonomous University in Mexico got curious about those swirls and plotted them as if they were real. What they found, reported Nature, was that van Gogh accurately depicted turbulent flow — on a mathematical level.

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