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Average color samples of Van Gogh's most famous paintings. So interesting.

Average color samples of Van Gogh's most famous paintings. So interesting.

Vincent van Gogh, Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen, 1884 - 1885

Vincent van Gogh, Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen, 1884 - 1885

The white cottage among olive trees, 1889.

The white cottage among olive trees, 1889.

Les yeux de Woman killers through time. JTRBBWB Más

Les yeux de Woman killers through time. JTRBBWB Más

Still Life - Pink Roses, 1890 ~ Vincent van Gogh

Still Life - Pink Roses, 1890 ~ Vincent van Gogh

Blossoming Almond Tree by Vincent van Gogh

Blossoming Almond Tree by Vincent van Gogh

Ah! So cool… see, it pays to stalk, I mean follow, artists that you love on social media! These paintings are from the latest, vintage inspired, series by Massachusetts based painter Jessica Brilli -

Ah! So cool… see, it pays to stalk, I mean follow, artists that you love on social media! These paintings are from the latest, vintage inspired, series by Massachusetts based painter Jessica Brilli -

David Hockney shines the spotlight on the curator of his Royal Academy show | Art and design | The Guardian

David Hockney shines the spotlight on the curator of his Royal Academy show | Art and design | The Guardian

iPad drawing No 2 from David Hockney's The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire 2011 http://www.hockneypictures.com

iPad drawing No 2 from David Hockney's The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire 2011 http://www.hockneypictures.com

david hockney; thought: portrait of a person spread over more than one canvas. Multiple shoots, poses, etc. Not even a portrait of a person - could be any photo. How different can the images be and still hold together in the viewer's mind?

david hockney; thought: portrait of a person spread over more than one canvas. Multiple shoots, poses, etc. Not even a portrait of a person - could be any photo. How different can the images be and still hold together in the viewer's mind?