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Vincent van Gogh

snow covered field with a harrow (after millet) – 1889

Vincent van Gogh

snow covered field with a harrow (after millet) – 1889

Vincent’s view from the window at the asylum of St. Paul

A group of paintings Vincent painted during his stay at St. Paul asylum in St. Rémy in 1889. The view of the enclosed field was the view from Vincent’s window.

Vincent’s view from the window at the asylum of St. Paul

A group of paintings Vincent painted during his stay at St. Paul asylum in St. Rémy in 1889. The view of the enclosed field was the view from Vincent’s window.

Philadelphia Museum – Top Choices

Visited the Philadelphia Museum today, here are a few of the paintings that really struck me: The Moorish Chief: This one blew me away, it glowed, and functioned the way great portraiture should, I could feel the aura of the man,

Philadelphia Museum – Top Choices

Visited the Philadelphia Museum today, here are a few of the paintings that really struck me: The Moorish Chief: This one blew me away, it glowed, and functioned the way great portraiture should, I could feel the aura of the man,

Vincent – summer 1883

“I not only began drawing relatively late, but in addition I may well not have so many years of life ahead of me…As far as the time that remains for my work is concerned, I believe that without being premature

Vincent – summer 1883

“I not only began drawing relatively late, but in addition I may well not have so many years of life ahead of me…As far as the time that remains for my work is concerned, I believe that without being premature