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Vincent Van #Gogh Bzzzt. Shush! Shhhh. “I can’t hear you, lalalalalala!”…

#VanGoghFacts A dangerous drink… Van Gogh frequently drank Absinthe, a drink …

#VanGoghFacts A dangerous drink… Van Gogh frequently drank Absinthe, a drink with more than 60% alcoholic content. Van Gogh drank alcohol to excess and then abruptly stopped. These…

van Gogh. I've realised it's van Gogh's palette that attracts me mos…

van Gogh. I've realised it's van Gogh's palette that attracts me most to his work. Source by eiringjerde

By painting the pear trees with a flurry of black brushstrokes Van Gogh created …

By painting the pear trees with a flurry of black brushstrokes Van Gogh created a special contrast with the luminous yellow sky. Landscape at Twilight (1890) http://ow.ly/nbgd308S4HR Source

With swirling hand-lettered strokes and a palette of signature yellow, this homa…

With swirling hand-lettered strokes and a palette of signature yellow, this homage to master Vincent van Gogh is reminiscent of his loose, painterly style. Source by maraestr

Wheat Field with Crows by Vincent Van Gogh – rumored to be Van Gogh's last p…

Wheat Field with Crows by Vincent Van Gogh – rumored to be Van Gogh's last painting. It's so dark…. Source by jolimeau

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was the ultimate bohemian and the chronicler of night-…

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was the ultimate bohemian and the chronicler of night-life in cosmopolitan Paris. He threw himself into the wild night-life of Montmartre, with the inevitable consequences:…

My favorite painting of all time. So mysterious. What the hell is going on here?…

My favorite painting of all time. So mysterious. What the hell is going on here? Van Gough 🙌 Source by aaliyahsowards

jimlovesart: “Vincent van Gogh – Landscape from Saint-Rémy, 1889. ”…

jimlovesart: “Vincent van Gogh – Landscape from Saint-Rémy, 1889. ” Source by vanheukelemdan

#VanGoghStories ‘[..] I didn’t know that one could break one’s brain and that a…

#VanGoghStories ‘[..] I didn’t know that one could break one’s brain and that afterwards that got better too.’ Vincent to Theo (1889) How did Vincent van Gogh cope…