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The Life of Vincent Van Gogh and Self Portrait (1889) Explained: One of the immediate striking elements of this self portrait is the whirling, chaotic background. Some critics believe this points to Van Gogh’s psychotic mental state at the time, though the repeated curves show an element of control and a steady hand. The wavy lines of the background are echoed in the short, emphatic brushstrokes that cover Van Gogh’s face, giving it a kind of shimmering movement, continued in the wavy lines of his suit.
Life of Vincent van Gogh, a most celebrated, and certainly the most mythologized, artist in history --he was unknown and unloved in his lifetime who sold just one painting but whose work now commands record-breaking prices. His painting is more personally expressive that that produced by any other artist involved with Impressionism, a means by which his tragically short, intense and suicidally disturbed life can be chronicled while striking a universal chord which still reverberates more than a century later.
Terror lurks in the cornfields of Provence, but only a sad and lonely painter can see it. Amy Pond finds herself shoulder to shoulder with Vincent Van Gogh, in a battle with a deadly alien saving the world has never been so ginger.
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