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Nie ma to jak czerpać radość z tego co sie robi😁 #openairpainting #folwarkhawaje #grupavincenta #painting 🎨 #vincentvangoghstyle #greatfun #art
It’s not very good but i was trying to do Some #vincentvangoghstyle with #watercolor and that is not so easy. The skin is a little ugly but I am proud of the eye. #vincentvangogh Made is shadows with green. And showed the lines and did not fade them Out. #drawing #painting #watercolorpainting #paintingtimelapse #timelapse #greenshadows #amateurschilder
More than 100 artists from all over the world created the 65,000 paintings that make up this dreamlike biopic. A completely hand-painted plunge into the last days of Vincent Van Gogh.
I painted on mini canvass! It's Rouge & Davaluis I did this for our upcoming anniversary that's why the date is wrong XD hope you like them because I do! Very Vincent Von Goph like. All©belongs to me as the arist and designer you do not have permission to use. #art #acrylicpainting #minicanvas #traditionalart #RougeTreiz #threetailedfox #DavaluisPrime #sabertoothcat #gypsyvannerhorse #kimara #cartoon #vincentvangogh #vincentvangoghstyle
Feast your eyes on more of these from my new website and walk away with a pair or two! Tag a friend. Stay tuned for more! :) Cheers . . . . -------------------------------------------------- #vincentvangogh #vincentvangoghmuseum #vincentvangoghquote #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghhard #vincentvangoghquotes #vincentvangoghalive #vincentvangoghinspired #vincentvangoghpainting #vincentvangoghart #vincentvangoghsunflowers #vincentvangoghtattoo #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangoghhuis #vincentvangoghvodka
#strangerthings Toile (50×70) en lin pour @finding.en , gouache et aquarelle inspiré par un artiste (inconnu malheureusement)🎨💙 Inspiration : #vincentvangogh / #strangerthings and the unknown artist who got the idea first to make stranger and #vangogh meet eachother😍😍 #vincentvangoghstyle #art #theupsidedown #stranger #thestarrynight #strangernight #sharingart #artistic #artist #painting #watercolor #waterpainting #friends #giftforfriend #creative #create #colorful #girl #drawing #peinture #artacademy #galery #galeryart #artshare #instagramart #instagood #picoftheday #instagramart
My first try channelling an inner Vincent v. Gogh to do this abstract ocean themed cake.. Looks simple but needing some effort after all! Kudos to all buttercream painting cake artists out there ♡ . . #impressioniststyle #oceanthemecake #abstractcake #vincentvangoghstyle #impressionistcake #sgweddingcake #weddingssg #sgbirthdaycake #sgsweets #sgcake #sgcakesofinstagram
Last Hope?? #VincentVangoghStyle
Today we held an Art Therapy Painting Workshop at The Rekai Centre for Long Term Care 👵🏾👴🏽🎨 Take a look at these amazing Vincent Van Gogh inspired sunflowers, created by one of the residences 🌻🖌
fight club in Search Vincent van Gogh style #fightclub #vincentvangoghstyle #painting
Спасибо моим модным девочкам за такие интересные идеи 💡 #art #sherlock #vincentvangoghstyle #azeridesigners
I met this young guy, Vincent, turns out he is a talented artist and he offered to paint me. I believe he is going to become famous. #goart #photoart #portraitphotography #vincentvangoghstyle
One ear down; one to go👂🏻! Next Saturday a workshop, I hope I can fix Peter Pan then! #nevergrowup #peterpanforever #icy #custom #vincentvangoghstyle
At Eternity's Gate is an oil painting by Vincent van Gogh that he made in 1890 in Saint-Rémy de Provence based on an early lithograph. The painting was completed in early May at a time when he was convalescing from a severe relapse in his health and some two months before his death, generally accepted as a suicide. #vangogh #lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangogh
Landscape With House And Ploughman 1889 This landscape is unusual in its elevated, almost bird's-eye point of view. Such an angle can be seen as an attempt to look at the world in the Japanese way, natural for an artist obsessed with Japan. However, we cannot speak of serious influence here: Van Gogh's view was individual and came from his own impressions. The dynamism distinguishing this canvas is alien to Far Eastern landscapes. The painting has an enormous internal energy. The crossing diagonals forming the borders of the fields and the ploughed furrows, the contours of the roofs, the row of cypresses - such vectors strain the composition, but not so much as to disturb the unity of the whole. It is a study from nature. The colouring of the painting and the action of the figures show us that it was executed in autumn, a time when Van Gogh worked not only on the hospital (@wiki.art ) #lovingvincent #vangogh #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #arte #arles #art
Caravans, gypsy camp near Arles 1888 This energetic painting shows the transition from van Gogh’s more naturalistic Paris works to the extravagant colour of the south. Van Gogh moved to Arles in February 1888 and in the space of fifteen months completed 200 paintings—almost one every two days—as well as more than 100 drawings and watercolours. He often appealed to his brother Theo in Paris for money for materials; when funds were short, he concentrated on drawing in ink, with reed-pens he carved himself. Van Gogh’s intense pace strained his mind and body: he described himself as being like an actor on the stage in a difficult part, with a hundred things to think of at once in a single half hour. After that, the only thing to bring ease and distraction, in my case and other people’s too, is to stun oneself with a lot of drinking or heavy smoking. #vangogh #lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangogh
"Irises Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, May 1890 Van Gogh painted this still life in the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy. For him, the painting was mainly a study in colour. He set out to achieve a powerful colour contrast. By placing the purple flowers against a yellow background, he made the decorative forms stand out even more strongly. The irises were originally purple. But as the red pigment has faded, they have turned blue. Van Gogh made two paintings of this bouquet. In the other still life, he contrasted purple and pink with green (@vangoghmuseum )#lovingvincent #vangogh #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangogh "
Irises Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, May 1890 Van Gogh painted this still life in the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy. For him, the painting was mainly a study in colour. He set out to achieve a powerful colour contrast. By placing the purple flowers against a yellow background, he made the decorative forms stand out even more strongly. The irises were originally purple. But as the red pigment has faded, they have turned blue. Van Gogh made two paintings of this bouquet. In the other still life, he contrasted purple and pink with green (@vangoghmuseum )#lovingvincent #vangogh #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangogh
Farms near Auvers 1890 Van Gogh spent the last few months of his life in Auvers-sur-Oise, a small town just north of Paris, after he left an asylum at Saint Remy in May 1890. Shortly after arriving at Auvers, Van Gogh wrote his sister Will: "Here there are roofs of mossy thatch which are superb, and of which I’ll certainly do something.#vangogh #lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangogh #vangogh #art
Bridges across the Seine at Asnières (1887) was painted in open air and bright sunlight. The scene depicts railway bridges over the river. Van Gogh uses light and reflection effectively in this painting. The stone piers of the bridge are reflected in the water and white paint is used for highlights. A woman dressed in pink with a red parasol are the focal point of the composition. The painting is part of a group of suburban landscapes along with a painting in Oxford, both of which he had placed in red frames. Over the two years that Van Gogh was in Paris (1886—1887) Van Gogh made several paintings of bridges crossing the Seine. #vangogh #lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangogh #art
Portrait of Adeline Ravoux 1890 Adeline Ravoux was 13 years old when Vincent van Gogh rented a room in her father’s inn in Auvers-sur-Oise. Van Gogh made three portraits of the young girl though she only sat for him one time. One of these portraits he gave to Ravoux and another he sent to his brother, Theo. He wrote about the portrait in a letter to Theo:“This week I have done a portrait of a girl of about 16, in blue against a blue background, the daughter of the people I am lodging with. I have given her this portrait, but I made a variant of it for you, a size 15 canvas.” #lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vangoghart #vangoghart #followvangogh #art #arte #vincentvangogh
Girl in White (also known as Young Girl Standing Against a Background of Wheat and Woman in a Cornfield) was painted by Vincent van Gogh in 1890 in Auvers-sur-Oise, France, during the last months of his life. Girl in White has been part of the Chester Dale Collection in the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. since 1963#lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangogh #vincentvangogh #followvangogh #vincentvangoghlove #art #vangogh
#Repost @vincent_van_gogh_love (@get_repost ) ・・・ Portrait of the Postman Joseph Roulin 1888 Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo of his excitement about “the modern portrait,” a picture that renders character not by the imitation of the sitter’s appearance but through the independent, vivid life of color. Van Gogh’s subject in this painting, Joseph Roulin, worked for a post office in the French town of Arles. He was not a letter carrier but rather held a higher position as an official sorting mail at the train station. Van Gogh and Roulin lived on the same street and became close friends. Van Gogh painted many portraits of Roulin. This picture, which van Gogh boasted of having completed quickly, in a single session, was painted after Roulin got a better-paying job and left Arles. Some scholars think that this portrait was not painted from life but rather from memory or from previous portraits.#lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vangogh #vincentvangogh #art #arte
Portrait of the Postman Joseph Roulin 1888 Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo of his excitement about “the modern portrait,” a picture that renders character not by the imitation of the sitter’s appearance but through the independent, vivid life of color. Van Gogh’s subject in this painting, Joseph Roulin, worked for a post office in the French town of Arles. He was not a letter carrier but rather held a higher position as an official sorting mail at the train station. Van Gogh and Roulin lived on the same street and became close friends. Van Gogh painted many portraits of Roulin. This picture, which van Gogh boasted of having completed quickly, in a single session, was painted after Roulin got a better-paying job and left Arles. Some scholars think that this portrait was not painted from life but rather from memory or from previous portraits.#lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vangogh #vincentvangogh #art #arte
Portrait of Père Tanguy, The second painting of Père Tanguy 1887. Julien Tanguy’s (1825–1894) little painting supply shop was well known in the Parisian art world of the 1880s. Numerous artists bought paint and canvases from the popular dealer, whom they called Père Tanguy. The shop was a lively meeting point, and it was an important place for Vincent. There he bought art supplies and met people including the artist Émile Bernard, who became a close friend. Vincent also struck up a friendship with Tanguy and painted three portraits of him. incent often asked after Tanguy in letters sent to his brother Theo from Arles. Vincent was so fond of Tanguy that he preferred to buy paint from him even though its quality was inferior to that sold by Tasset et Lhôte, another supplier Vincent often used. Because of the variance in quality, when he made his orders, he specified which colours he was and was not willing to buy from Tanguy’s “pathetic” shop. In 1889, when Theo moved from Rue Lepic to the apartment at cité Pigalle where he and Jo van Gogh-Bonger would live together after their wedding, he was unable to take Vincent’s paintings with him and therefore rented storage space from Tanguy. The works remained there until Theo’s death in 1890 #lovingvincent #vincentvangoghlove #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangogh #vangogh #vangoghart #art #followvangogh
Young Man with Cornflower 1890; Auvers-sur-oise, France as Dimensions: 30.5 x 39 cm Location: Private Collection #lovingvincent #vangogh #vincentvangoghstyle #vincentvangogh #arte #art
Marguerite Gachet at the Piano 1890. Dr. Gachet reciprocated Vincent's open friendship, welcoming van Gogh into his home for lively discussions and allowing his daughter to pose for several portraits. In Marguerite Gachet at the Piano, Vincent van Gogh employs a combination of brush strokes long free strokes on the piano, Neo-Impressionist dabs on the wall, thick repetitive strokes on her gown to create a decorative surface, as if sculpted in impasto.#vincentvangoghstyle #lovingvincent #vincentvangogh #vangogh #followvangogh #vincentvangoghlove #art
Portrai of Dr Gachet 1890 Inseparably entwined with the last period of Vincent van Gogh's life in Auvers, Dr Gachet was an original character. He was a homoeopathic doctor interested in chiromancy but his real passion lay with the arts. An accomplished engraver himself, he kept in touch with many different artists including Manet, Monet, Renoir and Cézanne. It was therefore logical for Van Gogh to go to him, on the advice of his brother Theo, when he was discharged from hospital in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Specialised in psychiatry, the doctor did his best to help Vincent overcome his anguish while affording him the material comfort conducive to his well-being. The portrait of the doctor was painted during this particularly intense creative phase. He was no ordinary model and is portrayed in a melancholy pose reflecting "the desolate expression of our time," as Van Gogh wrote. The only touch of hope in this severe portrait brushed in cold colours is the foxglove which brings a little comfort and relief through its curative properties. Despite his devotion, Dr Gachet was unable to prevent Van Gogh's irremediable gesture; the artist committed suicide shortly afterwards. #vincentvangogh #vangogh #vincentvangoghstyle #lovingvincent #art #arte #followvangogh #vincentvangoghlove
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