The Van Gogh Gallery

The Van Gogh Gallery (Virtual Viewing)
(CLICKING ON THE IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE IT. AND SEEING BELOW OF THIS PAGE FOR 3D EFFECTS.)*

 
 
 
 
 
 

Vincent Willem van Gogh
(Dutch, 1853 - 1890)

 

The Artist Bio:

Vincent van Gogh was born in Groot-Zundert, Holland in 1853. He was one of the most well-known and influential figures post-impressionist artists in the history of Western art. Van Gogh achieved his signature color as the chief symbol of expression. And he created many artworks in his short life, including over 860 oil paintings that the world cannot forget.

 

 

 

 

 

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About This Artwork**:

Title: Sunflowers
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: Unknown
Year: 1888

Description: French Tournesols (Sunflowers) is Van Gogh created for welcoming and impressing his friend Paul Gauguin. The yellow background painting is the fourth version of his sunflower series… (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)

 

 

 

 

 

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About This Artwork**:

Title: The Potato Eaters
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: Unknown
Year: 1885

Description: The Potato Eaters, which was created in 1885, is one of Van Gogh’s early Dutch period artworks. Its main characteristics are sharply lit and somber-toned. And it is filled full with the storyline… (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)

 

 

 

 

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About This Artwork**:

Title: The Red Vineyard
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: Unknown
Year: 1888

Description: The Red Vineyards was created at the vineyards near Arles. This work perfectly reflects his certain style of character and color. And it might be the only artwork Van Gogh sold during his lifetime. (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)

** A Public Domain Artwork
 

 

3D EFFECTS*

 

 

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*It's merely a virtual view, and the dimensions may be incorrect.

 

 

 

 

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The Van Gogh Gallery