#VanGogh

Entertainment | Film

Loving Vincent’ Director On Training An Army Of Oil Painters | Deadline

Loving Vincent' director Hugh Welshman discusses the extreme amount of effort that went into his portrait of Van Gogh's final years.

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

10 Thrilling Reasons to Love Van Gogh

These ten favorite paintings by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) reveal fascinating details about the artist's short and passionate life.

Visual Arts | Art & Design

We must rescue Van Gogh from becoming a pop culture cliche | Art and design | The Guardian

Loving Vincent is a corny new biopic made from 62,450 hack oil paintings in Van Gogh’s style – and is an insult to the human struggle in his original works

Visual Arts | Art

Analysis Reveals Lost Colors in Van Gogh's 'The Bedroom'

A version of Vincent van Gogh's The Bedroom (1888-1889) currently on display at the Art Institute of Chicago looks a little different from the painting we're all familiar with. Instead of powder blue walls and a greenish-brown floor, the room has been updated with lavender walls and a red floor. This is no mistake. According to new forensic analysis reported by Science News, these were the shades originally chosen by van Gogh himself.

Travel | Travel

You can rent this Vincent van Gogh-inspired Airbnb for just $10 a night | The Verge

In order to publicize an upcoming exhibition on the domestic spaces painted by Vincent van Gogh, the Art Institute of Chicago has recreated one of van Gogh's most famous paintings — The Bedroom —...

Visual Arts | Art & Design

The Art Institute will display Van Gogh's bedroom paintings next month

Vincent Van Gogh, arguably the most well-known post-Impressionist painter in the world, will have three versions of his painting The Bedroom exhibited...

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

A Microbiologist Recreated 'Starry Night' With Bacteria In A Petri Dish

If only Vincent van Gogh could have lived to see this strikingly accurate reproduction of his iconic "Starry Night" -- especially since, instead of oil on canvas, the work is a bacteria on petri. Because even with these most minute of materials, the night sky still swirls with a palpable momentum of wind, fog and moonlight.