Vincent Van Gogh

"Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear"
Vincent van Gogh

Van Gogh Cut Off a Lot More Than His Earlobe

The self-inflicted wound was even worse than most thought

For only $10, you can spend a night in a faithful recreation of van Gogh's "The Bedroom," wonky angles and all.

Rent a Recreation of Van Gogh’s Bedroom and Other Artistic Airbnbs

Odd houses and intricately designed bedrooms are a staple of short-term rentals

This Giant Van Gogh Painting Is Made of Pumpkins, Watermelons and Squash

How crop artist Stan Herd made an acre-wide ode to "Olive Trees"

There Are About 600,000 Dahlias on These Van Gogh Themed Floats

The colorful floats can be covered in up to one million dahlias apiece.

According to some scholars Vincent Van Gogh sits third from the left in this photograph. Surrounding him are artist Emile Bernard, politician Félix Jobbé-Duval, actor André Antoine and artist Paul Gauguin.

Is This a Photograph of Vincent Van Gogh?

Some scholars think the camera shy artist can be spotted in an image taken by an amateur photographer, while others disagree

Nuenen, where Van Gogh lived from 1883 to 1885, is located within the Brabant province.

Experience Van Gogh's 'Starry Night' on This Beautiful Illuminated Bike Path

To mark the 125th anniversary of the artists' death, a group of designers have lit a solar-powered path through historic Van Gogh sites


The Secret Behind Van Gogh's Fading Sunflowers

Van Gogh painted his iconic The Starry Night in 1889, while in an asylum in Saint-Rémy.  "One of the most beautiful things by the painters of this century," he had written to Theo in April 1885, "has been the painting of Darkness that is still COLOR."

Van Gogh's Night Visions

For Vincent Van Gogh, fantasy and reality merged after dark in some of his most enduring paintings, as a new exhibition reminds us

A Bright Spot in van Gogh's Starry Night


Strange Bedfellows

A new exhibition tracks the turbulent nine weeks that artists Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin lived and painted together in the South of France


Van Gogh's Van Goghs

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