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September 14 2008 Art Appreciation Newsletter


When I read or hear an interesting factoid, I tend to scribble it on paper and deal with it at a later time. That is the case with the idea behind the Van Gogh article. I had read that he sold only one painting in his lifetime. I was fascinated by this and researched which painting it was and when it occurred.

I think the interest in Van Gogh is not about the paintings entirely but also about his tormented life. He did cut off a portion of his ear and he later committed suicide. Is this not a story of late breaking news?

I hope you enjoy reading my article as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Here's the latest article from the Art Appreciation site at BellaOnline.com.

Van Gogh: Only One Painting Sold in His Lifetime
Vincent Van Gogh is probably one of the most recognizable names in the history of art. A ‘starving artist’ during his abbreviated life, selling just one painting during his lifetime, his paintings would posthumously realize the highest price ever paid for a work of art.

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