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Vincent Van Gogh, a Dutch painter born March 30th, 1853 and died July 29th, 1890, was famous for cutting off his ear as a painter. Albeit a drastic measure, his work in the art community was to be marveled. His work in post-impressionism was commonly noted for its rough beauty....

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The paintings of Vincent Van Gogh tend to generally overshadow his drawings. Van Gogh sketched over 1,100 drawings, most of which remain unknown though experts consider them to be his most ‘ingenious and striking creations’ While a great many of his drawings and paintings were produced during a two year...

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Jamal Roberts’ painting “Stressin” is a mixed media piece. It was viewed at the Greenville Museum of Art at 802 Evans Street, Greenville, NC. 27834. The work of Jamal Roberts is deep and emotional, with dark topics appearing in many of his works. The painting Stressin is about an artist...

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The latter half of the eighteenth century came in with a rallying cry for freedom on behalf of both America and Europe. The late 1700s saw massive bloodshed between America and Britain, the latter of whom was increasingly infuriated with the former’s burgeoning independence. The British looked to maintain the...

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The term "Renaissance" was first used by the famous painter, architect and art historian Giorgio Vasari (1512-1574) in his book "Biography of the most famous painters, sculptors and architects". The artist had in mind the revival of antiquity. But The Renaissance movement itself started in Florence, in the 14th century (Burke...

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Introduction. This extended essay will be focused on the relationship between art (namely fine art) and medicine. The character of this relationship changed multiple times. Initially, painting (mainly engraving) was essential for description of the disease and its consequences, later it became a scientific instrument for anatomists. Previously, fine arts...

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