Vincent van Gogh arrived in Arles, in the south of France, in 1888, hoping to establish an artists' colony there. During the next few years, Van Gogh experienced the most intensely productive period of his life, painting some 400 works, including several versions of his blazing Sunflowers, his timeless Night Café, living landscapes, portraits, and brilliant still life.
The nightlife in Arels brought out the worst of company, alcoholics, prostitutes, and the homeless. Van Gogh, the poor struggling artist, felt quite at home with this company. One of the meeting places was Caf&eacu…
- 2 Poems one about knowing your about to die , 2nd one about a unborn baby asking to just have a chance to live.
- Short Analysis of the last judgment (painting) by Michaelo (10th grade)
- Van Vogh
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