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Vincent van Gogh - The Sower

Category: Artwork 9. December 2016

The work of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, when he still lived in The Netherlands, was of a dark, often brown color. But when van Gogh went to France and got influenced by the pointillist artists, his use of color changed. Now the colors got lighter and intense and he found to the colorfulness we nowadays still love and admire when we look at his pictures. It is the intense use of bright color, that Van Gogh inherited from Pointillism - more than the typical pointillist way of placing the color on the canvas in little dots, as Klaus Albrecht Schröder, director of Albertina Museum in Vienna states. We asked him for his expertise about „The Sower“, one of van Goghs masterpieces.

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