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Vincent Van Gogh was a Dutch Artist who Died Young born in 1853. Van Gogh contributed to the Post-Impressionist movement, worked in Belgium, France, and died in 1890. Get notified when Vincent Van Gogh's biography is complete:

Edge of a Wood

1881

Woman Sewing

1881

Sorrow

1882

Beach at Scheveningen

1882

The Houses on Schenkweg where Van Gogh Lived

1882

Landscape with Dune

1882

One must not look at color by itself, but in conjunction with the color of the sky! That sky is grey - but so iridescent that even our pure white would be unable to render the light and shimmer.

Letter to Theo - on solidarity and the color of the sky

1883

Outskirts of Paris near Montmartre

1887

Self-Portrait 1887

1887

Self-portrait as an Artist

1888

Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin

1888

Head of a Girl

1888

The Red Vineyard

1888

We’re in the presence of an unspoiled creature with the instincts of a wild beast. With Gauguin, blood and sex have the edge over ambition.

Van Gogh and Gauguin to Emile Bernard

1888

Orchard with Arles in the Background

1888

Portrait of Millet Second Lieutenant of the Zouaves

1888

Portrait of Eugène Boch

1888

Portrait of Joseph-Michel Ginoux

1888

Sunflowers

1888

Portrait of the Postman Joseph Roulin

1888

Portrait of Armand Roulin

1888

Portrait of Doctor Felix Rey

1889

Wheat Field with Cypresses

1889

Portrait of Joseph Roulin

1889

Self-Portrait With Bandaged Ear

1889

A Wheatfield, with Cypresses (September 1889)

1889

Portrait of Trabuc - Attendant at Saint Paul Hospital

1889

Flowering Bushes in the Asylum Garden

1889

Olive Trees

1889

The Starry Night

1889

Self-portrait 1889

1889

Wheatfield with Crows

1890

Almond Blossom

1890

Portrait of Dr. Gachet

1890

Girl in White

1890

Sun over Walled Wheat Field

1890

The Church at Auvers

1890

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