Vincent Van Gogh

The game's art dealer, a cunning fox named Redd, sells Arnold Böcklin's Island of the Dead under the name Mysterious Painting.

Can You Spot Animal Crossing's Art Forgeries?

Gamers are brushing up on their art history knowledge to spot Redd's counterfeit creations

The Scream (1893) is Edvard Munch's most renowned work.

Why Are the Vibrant Colors of 'The Scream' Fading?

New analysis explores why unstable synthetic pigments in the painting are changing color from yellow to white

The contested 1889 self-portrait of Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh Self-Portrait, Painted During Bout of Psychosis, Confirmed as Authentic

A five-year research effort validates an 1889 painting completed during the artist's stay at an asylum

Anna Birnie, Van Gogh's governess and likely first art teacher.

Research Reveals Vincent van Gogh's Artistic Governess

Anna Birnie, daughter of an artist, taught Vincent and his siblings for three years, including lesson on drawing

Jo van Gogh-Bonger and her son Vincent Willem, as photographed in Paris in 1890

New Biography Spotlights Jo Bonger, Sister-in-Law Who Helped Rescue van Gogh From Obscurity

Bonger, wife of van Gogh's brother Theo, described her mission as 'getting [Vincent's work] seen and appreciated as much as possible'

"Vase with Poppies" c. 1886 is authenticated

After 30 Years of Doubt, a Painting of Poppies Is Authenticated as a van Gogh

New imaging technology has helped clarify lingering questions about the artwork, which will be put back on display at a Connecticut museum

These floral watercolors may have been painted by van Gogh's unrequited love interest, the 19-year-old daughter of his landlady

Newly Discovered Papers Found in Vincent van Gogh's London Lodging

The cache includes insurance records signed by his landlady, a volume of prayers and hymns, and watercolors possibly painted by an unrequited love interest

Vincent van Gogh, "Tree Roots," 1890

Van Gogh Museum Suggests Artist’s Last Painting Has Long Been Misidentified

Experts argue that the abstract "Tree Roots" is a more likely candidate than the oft-cited "Wheatfield With Crows"

Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers' Is No Longer Cleared for Takeoff

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam's version has been deemed too fragile to travel

Left: A photo once identified as Vincent van Gogh, now believed to depict his brother Theo van Gogh Right: Theo van Gogh, aged thirty-two.

Rare Photo of Vincent van Gogh Likely Depicts the Artist’s Brother

There is only one other known photographic portrait of the artist, who eschewed photography

L to R: Paul Stabler, "Charles Obach" (circa 1870–79) and Jacobus de Louw, "Vincent van Gogh" (1873)

Employer Who Pushed Van Gogh to New Career Path Revealed in Studio Photo

An 1870s photograph of Charles Obach, one-time manager of the London Goupil Gallery branch, was found in the National Portrait Gallery's collections

Historian Identifies Subject of Van Gogh's "Gardener"

The portrait is likely of a day laborer that worked on the grounds of the asylum where the troubled artist stayed near the end of his life

Some of Van Gogh's most iconic floral artworks, painted in 1888 and 1889, are facing the test of time.

X-Rays Show That Van Gogh’s Sunflowers Will One Day Wilt

A new analysis shows that half of the canvas held in Amsterdam is painted with pigments that darken with exposure to UV light

Digital Forensics Reconstructs Seven Lost Masterpieces

Artwork by Van Gogh, Klimt, Monet and more have been painstakingly remade by Factum Arte for a new television series

The film is equal parts 21st-century technology and late 19th-century art

How the Creators of <em>Loving Vincent</em> Brought the First Fully Painted Animated Film to Life

Vincent van Gogh’s swirling coats of paint really move in the Oscar-nominated film thanks to 62,450 original oil paintings

The Hill of Montmartre with Stone Quarry (1886)

Newly Identified Vincent van Gogh Drawings Go on Display

The two works were drawn during the artist’s formative years in Paris

Vincent van Gogh. The Postman (Joseph-Étienne Roulin), 1889. Oil on canvas.

Barnes Foundation Launches Digital Gallery of Its Amazing Art Collection

Historically infamous for being inaccessible to the public, the foundation has now published images of almost half of its collection online

A Virtual Exhibit Unites Vincent van Gogh's Sunflowers

The global collaboration features five of the six surviving canvases

Different collectors have different tastes. Practicing a variety of styles helps users find success.

New Video Game Parodies What it Means to Be an Art World Star

On Passpartout: The Starving Artist, you do everything from virtually impress collectors to dine on wine and baguettes

View of the Sea at Scheveningen, 1882

Stolen van Gogh Paintings Recovered After 14 Years

Italian police found the two paintings stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam while investigating organized crime in Naples

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