1. Starry Night meet The Starry Night ?

    What exactly did Van Gogh see? New technology gives us a rather familiar looking view of the night sky… About seven stars are born each year in the Milky Way, our home galaxy. They come from dust and to dust they eventually return. Now, a celestial image, an Impressionistic swirl
  2. Current NY weather vibe is very Van Gogh 😎 #VanGogh
  3. Le Docteur Paul Gachet , 1890. Happy birthday Vincent Van Gogh, b. 30 March, 1853. Oil on canvas. #Art #Birthday #VanGogh #History #News
  4. VINCENT VAN GOGH (1853-1890), "Church at Auvers", 1890. Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. #vangogh #vincentvangogh #auvers #church #postimpressionism #DarkBlue #artoftheday #art
  5. Vincent Van Good. Really Good.

    As we mentioned last week , the AI tool being used here really likes to fall back on the great works of our most popular historical artists, even when you don't ask for it. So why not just lean into? For this weeks' Coke illustration, we turned to Van Gogh and sure enough we get
  6. Download, Edit, and Print Your Favorite Getty Artwork for Free Users can download, edit, and repurpose high resolution images of their favorite Getty artworks without any legal restrictions. Add a print of your favorite Dutch still life to your gallery wall or create a shower curt
  7. @ehlingmd Here's a bit of serendipity that you might appreciate. Some time ago you mentioned Van Gogh's "The Olive Trees" as a pairing with "Starry Night." Then, at the end of February, you posted these photos of the lovely yellow-flowering acacia tree
  8. Dutch vote in tight election with far right set for gains

    By: Johnny Cotton, Piroschka van de Wouw, Yves Herman AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Voters in the Netherlands cast their ballots on Wednesday in a close election which opinion polls show at least three parties - including the far right - could win. Voters choices could be critical to the co
  9. Daily Art Escape

    Paul Gauguin, Self-Portrait with Portrait of Emile Bernard (Les misérables), 1888, Oil on canvas, 17.5 x 19.8 inches Van Gogh knew that Japanese printmakers often exchanged work with one another. The idea appealed to him, so he suggested that he, Paul Gauguin and Emile Bernard sho