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|Updated||December 30, 2012|
|Category||Personalization & Tools|
★★ Van Gogh HD wallpapers ★★
★ All wallpapers are in Full HD ★
★ Tribute to the best painter Vincent Van Gogh ★
★ All wallpapers are FREE
★ No internet connection is required
★ This application fits cualguier android mobile type, regardless of the resolution of your screen.
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Campo de Trigo con Cipreses
Rama de Almendro en Flor
Habitación en Arles
La Noche Estrellada
La Noche Estrellada sobre el Ródano
Auvers Después de la lluvia
Campos en Cordeville, en Auvers-sur-Oise
La siesta – El reposo
Cafe de noche
Los Primeros pasos
Casas en Auvers
Calle y escalera en Auvers con figuras
Campo de tulipanes
Campos de trigo frente al pueblo
Caravanas de gitanos cerca de Arlés
Casitas con tejado de paja
Sembrador a la puesta de sol
La iglesia de Auvers
Los comedores de patatas
Los melocotoneros en flor
Olivos con cielo amarillo y sol
El puente de l´Anglois
Silla con pipa
Taller de carpintería
Campo de trigo con segador
Pescando en primavera
Jarrón con lirios
Cabaña con campesino
Autorretrato con la oreja vendada
Autorretrato de Vincent Van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh was born in Groot Zundert, The Netherlands on 30 March 1853. Van Gogh’s birth came one year to the day after his mother gave birth to a first, stillborn child–also named Vincent. There has been much speculation about Vincent van Gogh suffering later psychological trauma as a result of being a “replacement child” and having a deceased brother with the same name and same birth date. This theory remains unsubstantiated, however, and there is no actual historical evidence to support it.
Van Gogh was the son of Theodorus van Gogh (1822-85), a pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church, and Anna Cornelia Carbentus (1819-1907). Unfortunately there is virtually no information about Vincent van Gogh’s first ten years. Van Gogh attended a boarding school in Zevenbergen for two years and then went on to attend the King Willem II secondary school in Tilburg for two more. At that time, in 1868, Van Gogh left his studies at the age of 15 and never returned.
In 1869 Vincent van Gogh joined the firm Goupil & Cie., a firm of art dealers in The Hague. The Van Gogh family had long been associated with the art world–Vincent’s uncles, Cornelis (“Uncle Cor”) and Vincent (“Uncle Cent”), were art dealers. His younger brother, Theo, spent his adult life working as an art dealer and, as a result, had a tremendous influence on Vincent’s later career as an artist.
Vincent was relatively successful as an art dealer and stayed with Goupil & Cie. for seven more years. In 1873 he was transferred to the London branch of the company and quickly became enamoured with the cultural climate of England. In late August, Vincent moved to 87 Hackford Road and boarded with Ursula Loyer and her daughter Eugenie. Vincent is said to have been romantically interested in Eugenie, but many early biographers mistakenly misname Eugenie for her mother, Ursula. To add to the decades-long confusion over the names, recent evidence suggests that Vincent wasn’t in love with Eugenie at all, but rather a Dutch woman named Caroline Haanebeek. The truth remains inconclusive.
Vincent van Gogh would remain in London for two more years.
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