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  • Angry Oz Geek

    Vincent Van Spock... (I love the classics...). #STARTREK #SPOCK #VINCENTVANGOGH #GEEK #ENTERPRISE #ART

  • Enchanted France

    Self Portrait with Bandaged Ear - Vincent van Gogh. On this day December, 23 1888 Van Gogh cut off his ear after a dispute with his friend and fellow artist Paul Gauguin.

  • Lexington Suburban

    vincent van gogh, Self-portrait with Bandaged Ear, Easel and Japanese Print

  • ☮ amynluv ☮

    "Self Portrait With Bandaged Ear" by Vincent van Gogh. I did a study of this piece as my final art history project.

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Vincent van Gogh, (Dutch, 1853–1890). The Flowering Orchard, 1888. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ittleson Jr. Purchase Fund, 1956 (56.13) | This is one of a series of fourteen blossoming orchard paintings. That it includes a scythe and rake makes it one of only two orchards that allude to human presence or labor. The motif and Van Gogh's stylized treatment are related to Japanese prints #spring

Le Moulin de al Galette, 1886. Vincent van Gogh....what can I say? It's the Dutch in me! As my dad always said, "Everything good in the world is Dutch!" (please note eye rolls as I type this)

Vincent van Gogh was a famous Dutch painter who was born in Nuenen. People from all over the world knows his name and paintings like 'the Sunflowers' or 'the Potato-eaters'. A famous story about Van Gogh is about his ear: he cut it off.

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This is my favorite painting ever. Bow down to its glory. Vincent van Gogh: Cypresses (49.30) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art