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When Vincent was 29, he met the artist George Hendrik Breitner. The pair headed out together to draw working class people, like at the local soup kitchen. Vincent van Gogh, The Poor and Money (1882); George Hendrik Breitner, Distribution of Soup (1882) @Stedelijk #VanGoghWorks pic.twitter.com/lLS8TK2xmi
We asked visitors looking at Almond Blossom what they thought of the painting. We spoke to Madeleine and her partner from Nijmegen: ‘It was my background on my old phone. The story behind the painting makes it more interesting, but I also just think it’s very pretty’. pic.twitter.com/cLY6J1P3Dy
Painting supplies, drink, sunflowers, landscapes and starry nights. The essence of Vincent van Gogh in a single image. Do you agree? Thanks for sharing John Sumrow #VanGoghInspires If you’d also like to share your own art, join our Van Gogh Inspires group! http://vangogh.nl/S2XE50xKAPM pic.twitter.com/cLWwKaG9MI
Did Van Gogh want to be famous? At first, Vincent thought that being an artist would be a good way to earn money. He realised that he couldn’t count on immediate success. Vincent gradually became more comfortable with his chosen profession, and wanted to move people with his art. pic.twitter.com/ZcXmMG90jT
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