Self-portrait with a shaved head. Dedicated To Paul Gauguin
Painting, September 1888, 62×52 cm
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The story of one exhibition, which became the most visited one in the twentieth century, drastically changed the lives of several dozen artists, deprived German museums of priceless collections, added the word “degenerate” to the dictionary of art terms and became a symbol of ruthless censorship in Nazi Germany.
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Martinique paintings by Gauguin and Laval in Van Gogh Museum
From October 5, 2018 to January 13, 2019 the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam offers a rare chance to see the colorful works created by Gauguin and Laval during their stay in Martinique, the French Antilles. It is for the first time that nine works by Paul Gauguin and four canvases by Charles Laval, made on the island in 1887, have been united together with numerous sketches, pastels, drawings and…
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Van Gogh and Japan: the fascination that changed Vincent's style
To celebrate the 165th anniversary of Vincent van Gogh, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, in collaboration with three Japanese museums, organized the most comprehensive exhibition to date. "Van Gogh & Japan" explors the influence of Japanese art on the artist's style. Running through June 24, 2018, the display tracks van Gogh's early fascination with imported Japanese “Ukiyo-e” prints — colorful…
Japan in Van Gogh's heart
Japan for Vincent van Gogh was an undiscovered country like the Atlantean continent for the other people. He read about it, collected an enormous number of small things and pictures resembling it and at the same time he was aware of he would never have a chance to see it with his own eyes. Vincent invented his own way possible only for him; obsessively and insatiably (as anything he did in his…
The search of Vincent. Van Gogh's style and technique
“A scene that looks like a painting doesn’t make a painting,” says Vincent van Gogh, played by Martin Scorsese in the Akira Kurosawa’s "Dreams". “If you look closely, all of Nature has its beauty… I lose myself in it. And then, as if it’s in a dream, the scene just paints itself for me… But it’s so difficult to hold it inside...” Then he responds to the question what he does to release this…
Пять оттенков Ван Гога: абсент, ангелы и пагубные страсти
В доступном нашему глазу спектре не так уж много цветов. Однако полотна знаменитых художников мы различаем не только благодаря уникальны техникам, стилям и сюжетам, но и благодаря неповторимой палитре каждого из них. Какими же были оттенки Винсента Ван Гога ? Почему он использовал их и каким значением наделял?