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Rhiandra Pabu

on 18 May 2010

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Before Vincent became an artist he was verry religious highly emotional and lacked self-confidence Vincent Van Gogh After he decided to be an artist he remained in Belgium to study art, determined to give happiness by creating beauty. His Dutch period is discribed as sad themed, sharply lit, genre paintings of which the most famous is "The Potato Eaters" (1885). The Potato Eaters Self Portrait In 1886 he went to Paris where his brother Théo was manager of Goupil's gallery. In Paris, van Gogh studied with Cormon, met Pissarro, Monet, and Gauguin, and he started to lighten his very dark palette and to paint in short brushstrokes. 1886 He dicided to go to Areles where he his friend Gauguin joined him but this did not end all to well. Near the end of 1888 Van gogh got upset and went for him with an open razor but instead ended up cutting a portion of his own earlobe off this caused Gauguin to leave. The Woman Of Areles Van Gogh went insane (lunatic) and was sent to the asylum in Saint-Remy for treatment. (Ear Cutter) Skull With Cigarette In May of 1890 he got out of the asylum (luney bin) and went to live in Auvers-sur-Oise while Dr. Gachet was watching him but obviously did not do a very good job because two months later he shot himself saying it was "for the good of all." During his brief career he had sold one painting. The End VINCENT VAN GOGH
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