Vincent Van Gogh’s Birthday

This great translator of raw emotion into pictorial brilliance was born on March 30, 1853. He died at age 37, but left a legacy of profoundly moving art that is indelibly seared into the hearts and minds of much of the world.

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41 Comments on "Vincent Van Gogh’s Birthday"

  1. Ulf Skei says:

    Just love his powerful and raw brush..burning color and spirit…

  2. sulky kitten says:

    So glad to see you back, David! Coincidence – on my desk right at this very moment I have a little dish with his beautiful Almond Blossom on it. He painted it to celebrate the birth of his nephew I think.

  3. David Leeds says:

    I would rather call it a tepid, toe in the water, rather than a full immersion, Sulky.

  4. It is hard to believe that his life was so short considering how immense his impact was on the world.

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Sculptor, painter, poet. Currently living in Los Angeles and Martha's Vineyard