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Gogh, Vincent van Dutch painter Groot-Zundert nr. Breda 30.3.1853 –
(suicide) Auvers-sur-Oise 29.7.1890.


(Painted in Saint-Remy, May 1889 until...
Self-portrait at the easel
Self portrait with straw hat and artist’s smock
Self-portrait with grey felt hat
Self-portrait with fur hat, bandaged ear and tobacco pipe
The Painter of Sunflowers.
The insane van Gogh
Vase with Sunflowers
The painter on his way to work
Le Semeur
Man Sowing at Sunset
Evening landscape with rising moon
Haystacks in Provence
Pont de Gleize near Arles
Hospital at Saint-Rémy
Cypress against a starry sky
Les Irises
Still life with quinces
Still Life with Apples
Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles
Les Souliers
Van Gogh's Chair
Die Arlésienne
Portrait of Dr. Paul Gachet
The Italian woman
La Berceuse (Augustine Roulin)
Breton women in a meadow
Souvenir of the Garden in Etten
Terrace of the cafe in the evening
The Cafe Terrace on the Place du Forum
The Dance Hall in Arles
Ward in the Arles Hospital
The Night Café
The Angel
Starry Night Over the Rhone.
Bridge at Langlois in Arles with Women Washing
Vincent van Gogh
As a self-taught artist with little formal training, lacking the sufficient funds to pay for professional models for his portraits, Vincent van Gogh (30 March 1853 – 29 July 1890) began his career painting peasants in the fields of his native Netherlands. It was his brother Theo who supported Vincent financially for most of his life, with the painter only selling a single artwork during his lifetime, a piece entitled "The Red Vineyard". The two siblings shared a very close friendship, a bond well documented by the many letters written by Vincent to Theo, many containing preliminary sketches for his paintings.

To explore Vincent van Gogh's work beyond his most famous "Sunflowers" series, we invite you to browse this hand-picked selection from the akg-images archive.
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