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Pie Charts of Van Gogh Paintings

Arthur Buxton, a UK-based artist, likes to explore new ways to look at things. His color-study pie charts of famous Van Gogh paintings track which hues the famous one-eared man used most — and it's...
  • Ingrid Elmann

    Pie Charts of Van Gogh Paintings, color schemes

  • Rosie Draper

    This image is a graph that distributes the colours in a pie chart. Here’s one from Arthur Buxton’s blog. It converts 28 Van Gogh paintings into sector graphs showing the percentages of the five most common colors in each painting. #colour #vangogh

  • Mollie Katie

    Vincent Van Gogh Painting Color Palettes As Pie Charts! ... #DoctorWho

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