Philosophy of Art Van Gogh painting

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Philosophy

 

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Cheri R

 

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March 30, 2016

 

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University

 

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The lamps that Van Gogh describes are not bright and vibrant but they are dark, dull and give off “a glow of orange and green.” The statement ends with Van Gogh saying “there is a clash and contrast of the most disparate reds greens…” Van Gogh described this painting in a very negative way but the way he described it does not mean we have to agree with him...
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Each person is entitled to their own opinion and when it comes to art, opinions can vary to the moon and back. For example, one person can look at Van Gough’s painting and dislike only certain parts of it, such as the placement of the billiard table or the shades of red used to paint the room. Van Gogh may be very displeased with his piece of work but the people that appreciate his work may think of it as just another great piece of fine art to look at...
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