Google is currently setting up an amazing experience for all those who cannot get to the most famous Art Gallaries of the world. Instead of being there, we can explore the galleries here from our computers. Take a 'walk' through the virtual gallery and observe your favourite paintings and rooms. Zoom in on your desired paintings and notice the brush strokes as you will use this in the next task.
Revealing The Many Faces Of Vincent Van Gogh On His 161st Birthday Huffington Post In honor of yet another anniversary of Vincent van Gogh's birth, we let our own curiosity run wild while perusing the many self-portraits the tortured artist produced.
Sarah drescher's insight:
This site displays many of van Gogh's most famous works in wonderful quality so that we can see his brush marks thoroughly.
Q1. Pick your favourite Van Gogh artwork and study the marks, what 'feeling' do they give off? I.e Are they angry marks or soft careful marks?
Q2. What are the different types of tools and brushes in Van Gogh's era that he, and other artists could have used to paint with and what marks would these have made?
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