Tag: Vincent van Gogh

Check Out This Van Gogh-Inspired Pool Design

There are endless ways to add some artistic flair to your life and gorgeous pool designs are nothing new. What is a little unusual is allowing a famous painting to inspire the entire design of a pool.  Reddit user __PETTYOFFICER117__ shared a pic of a tiled pool that used van Gogh’s “Starry Night” as it’s inspiration. Located at a home his friend’s… Read more →

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Vincent Van Gogh

1. He Preferred To Work At Night Many artists prefer to work at night when there are less distractions and the energy is much different than in the day time. Vincent Van Gogh was apparently no different and was even said to have placed lit candles in his hat so he could paint late into the night. He stated, “It often… Read more →

Check Out This Amazing Van Gogh Crop Circle

Okay, so technically it’s not a crop circle, but it’s in a crop and it’s pretty freakin’ impressive. I’ve used a lot of different mediums for my art, but I’ve never thought of using an entire field filled with pumpkins, squash, and watermelon to recreate a masterpiece. The Minneapolis Institute of Art commissioned landscape artist and painter Stan Herd to… Read more →

Free Printable Famous Art Coloring Pages for Kids

Does your creative little one like to color? Would you like to introduce them to other artists who have come before them? Then don’t miss these free printable coloring pages of famous artworks from Edupics.com. Picasso, Warhol, Monet, and more! Check out the list of free printable famous artwork coloring pages below: Pablo Picasso Andy Warhol Bernard Gutmann Caravaggio Cézanne Abel… Read more →

Photographs of 50 Painters’ Palettes from Picasso to Van Gogh

Painters’ palettes give us a glimpse into their process and even allows us to imagine the artists holding it while creating one of their significant pieces. Matthias Schaller has given us such a glimpse with his project of photographs of painters palettes including Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Munch, Kahlo, Matisse, Cézanne, Dali, Mondrian, and many more. Matthias Schaller finds… Read more →