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Van Gogh: People and Faces.

I know I promised you the second part of Van Gogh a while ago. So without further delay let’s get into the fascinating world of Van Gogh’s people and faces.

Go, Go Van Gogh: Places

Winnipeg is a very cultural town we love our arts and all types of entertainment. Last week I was lucky enough to score a ticket to the Van Gogh exhibit that is being held downtown at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. It was an immersive show that projected wall sized images of his works onto a variety of screens about the space.

As many of you know Vincent was a troubled soul and lived in virtual poverty. He eventually took his own life at the young age of 37. There is a theory that great art can only come from great personal pain. Without a doubt Van Gogh had both in great abundance. The last years of his short life were prolific in the extreme, it was mentioned that to compare Vincent to Shakespeare would be to say that Shakespeare would have had to written the bulk of his work in under 2 years. Now that is saying something.

So without further ado I give you the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh.

Chair
View of Auvers
Church at Auvers,
Bedroom in Arles
Bedroom in Arles
Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Night Cafe
Starry Night
Starry Night
The Olive Trees
Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries

That is just a sample of the wonders of Van Gogh please join me again for Go, Go Van Gogh: People and faces.