Vincent van Gogh's (1853-1890) life and art were intertwined. His paintings were reflections of her life on the canvas. The atmosphere in his first paintings was dark until he went to Paris. The two years he spent in Paris were the best he had ever felt. The colors on his palette were coming to life. The use of color and brush domination began to reflect his personality. In his paintings in Arles, the use of color and thick paint intensified. She had delivered her paintings almost completely to color. He just didn't confine oneself to with a brush. The spatula was creating new color sequences with its fingers or paint tube. In the later periods, it was seen that he found importance in rhythm and movement rather than color by discovering real motion.
"Almond Blossom", "Sunflowers" and "The Bedroom" the details of his paintings, color transitions and brush touches;
Oil on canvas, 73.3 x 92.4 cm, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Oil on canvas, 95 x 73 cm, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Oil on canvas, 72.4 cm x 91.3 cm, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.