streloff: Emile Bernard & Vincent van Gogh Émile Henri Bernard is known as a Post-Impressionist painter who had artistic friendships with Van Gogh, Gauguin and Eugène Boch, and at a later time, Cézanne. Most of his notable work was accomplished at a young age, in the years 1886 through 1897

Emile Bernard & Vincent van Gogh (the only existing photograph of Van Gogh)Vincent van Gogh seen from the back with painter Émile Bernard in Paris.

Vincent van Gogh as 13-year old boy. Vincents Tekenlokaal, Tilburg

Vincent van Gogh as old boy. Vincents Tekenlokaal, Tilburg (not art but one of my favorite artists)

Vincent Van Gogh~"Letter to Theo" As an artist, I want to live life to the full ~ want to live without ulterior motive ~ naive as a child, no not as a child, as an artist ~with good will, just as life unfolds, so I’ll find something in it, so I’ll do my best in it.” October 28, 1883.

Vincent van Gogh letter to Theo, Nieuw-Amsterdam, Sunday, 28 October Lesson- create a graphic letter- graphic novels

Read about the painting  Road with Pollard Willows by Vincent van Gogh

Pollard Willows - Vincent van Gogh: Created in Arles in April, Located at Tate Gallery. Find a print of this Oil on Canvas Painting

Paul Gauguin's Painting of Vincent van Gogh

"Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers" - Paul Gauguin 1888 Breton Period (completed during infamous stay in Arles--duriing when Vincent got hold of a razor.) Art historians categorize this style as "Cloisonnism"--

Vincent van Gogh’s Mother – Anna Carbentus van Gogh

Portrait of the Artist's Mother - Vincent van Gogh Oil on canvas x cm. Arles: October, 1888 F JH 1600 Pasadena, California: The Norton Simon Museum of Art

Vincent van Gogh's Harvest Series Read about it here! (Harvest at La Cra, with Montmajour in the Background)

The Harvest (aka, Harvest at La Crau with Montmajour in the Background)

How Van Gogh Stored Canvases in His Last Days – A Reader’s Question on

Vincent van Gogh, Wheat Fields near Auvers ~ Oil on Canvas Auvers-sur-Oise: June, 1890 Österreichische Galerie Belvedere Vienna, Austria, Europe F: JH: 2038

Read about theories of Vincent van Gogh's Ear  Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear

Fact: Do you know that Vincent van Gogh cut off his ear after an intense argument with Paul Gauguin? Later, he gave that part of his ear to a woman as a gift. Here's a portrait of Vincent which shows his wounded ear!