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Vincent Willem van Gogh (30 March 1853 29 July 1890) was a Dutch post-impressionist painter who is among the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art. In just over a decade, he created about 2,100 artworks, including around 860 oil paintings, most of which date from the last two years of his life. They include landscapes, still lifes, portraits and self-portraits, and are characterised by bold colours and dramatic, impulsive and expressive brushwork that contri buted to the foundations of modern art. He was not commercially successful, and his suicide at 37 came after years of mental illness, depression and poverty. Born into an upper-middle-class family, Van Gogh drew as a child and was serious, quiet, and thoughtful. As a young man he worked as an art dealer, often travelling, but became depressed after he was transferred to London. He turned to religion and spent time as a Protestant missionary in southern Belgium. He drifted in ill health and solitude before taking up painting in 1881, having moved back home with his parents. His younger brother Theo supported him financially, and the two kept up a long correspondence by letter. His early works, mostly still lifes and depictions of peasant labourers, contain few signs of the vivid colour that distinguished his later work. In 1886, he moved to Paris, where he met members of the avant-garde, including mile Bernard and Paul Gauguin, who were reacting against the Impressionist sensibility. As his work developed he created a new approach to still lifes and local landscapes. His paintings grew brighter in colour as he developed a style that became fully realised during his stay in Arles in the south of France in 1888. During this period he broadened his subject matter to include series of olive trees, wheat fields and sunflowers. Van Gogh suffered from psychotic episodes and delusions and though he worried about his mental stability, he often neglected his physical health, did not eat properly and drank heavily. His friendship with Gauguin ended after a confrontation with a razor when, in a rage, he severed part of his own left ear. He spent time in psychiatric hospitals, including a period at Saint-Rmy. After he discharged himself and moved to the Auberge Ravoux in Auvers-sur-Oise near Paris, he came under the care of the homeopathic doctor Paul Gachet. His depression continued and on 27 July 1890, Van Gogh shot himself in the chest with a Lefaucheux revolver. He died from his injuries two days later. Van Gogh was unsuccessful during his lifetime, and was considered a madman and a failure. He became famous after his suicide, and exists in the public imagination as the quintessential misunderstood genius, the artist "where discourses on madness and creativity converge". His reputation began to grow in the early 20th century as elements of his painting style came to be incorporated by the Fauves and German Expressionists. He attained widespread critical, commercial and popular success over the ensuing decades, and is remembered as an important but tragic painter, whose troubled personality typifies the romantic ideal of the tortured artist. Today, Van Gogh's works are among the world's most expensive paintings to have ever sold, and his legacy is honoured by a museum in his name, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which holds the world's largest collection of his paintings and drawings.
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1:I would rather die of passion than of boredom ~ Vincent van Gogh,
2:I dream of painting and then I paint my dream. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
3:Art is to console those who are broken by life. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
4:I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
5:I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
6:La tristesse durera toujours.[The sadness will last forever.] ~ Vincent van Gogh,
7:I feel that there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
8:Normality is a paved road: it's comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
9:Though I am often in the depths of misery, there is still calmness, pure harmony and music inside me. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
10:There may be a great fire in our soul, yet no one ever comes to warm himself at it, and the passers-by see only a wisp of smoke. ~ Vincent van Gogh ,
11:There often beams in our eye that we know not of. Let us therefore ask that our eye may become single, for then we ourselves shall become wholly single. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
12:And the memories of all we have loved stay and come back to us in the evening of our life. They are not dead but sleep, and it is well to gather a treasure of them. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
13:I am so angry with myself because I cannot do what I should like to do, and at such a moment one feels as if one were lying bound hand and foot at the bottom of a deep dark well, utterly helpless. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
14:Many people seem to think it foolish, even superstitious, to believe that the world could still change for the better. And it is true that in winter it is sometimes so bitingly cold that one is tempted to say, 'What do I care if there is a summer; its warmth is no help to me now.' Yes, evil often seems to surpass good. But then, in spite of us, and without our permission, there comes at last an end to the bitter frosts. One morning the wind turns, and there is a thaw. And so I must still have hope. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
15:Those who love much, do much and accomplish much, and whatever is done with love is done well.... Love is the best and noblest thing in the human heart, especially when it is tested by life as gold is tested by fire. Happy is he who has loved much, and although he may have wavered and doubted, he has kept that divine spark alive and returned to what was in the beginning and ever shall be.

If only one keeps loving faithfully what is truly worth loving and does not squander one's love on trivial and insignificant and meaningless things then one will gradually obtain more light and grow stronger. ~ Vincent van Gogh,

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1:Someday I would love to write about Vincent van Gogh - his paintings and letters continue to inspire me very much. But it remains hard to find the time and inner rest to write. ~ henri-nouwen, @wisdomtrove

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1:Love is something eternal. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
2:I'll start with small things. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
3:I will not live without love. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
4:We take death to reach a star ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
5:Conscience is a man's compass. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
6:It is good to love many things ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
7:The sadness will last forever. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
8:The sadness will last forever. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
9:Art is but imitation of nature. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
10:There is peace even in the storm ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
11:The sunflower is mine, in a way. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
12:Art demands constant observation. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
13:Drawing is the root of everything. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
14:I never get tired of the blue sky. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
15:I wish they would take me as I am. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
16:The sight of stars makes me dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
17:What is done in love is done well. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
18:Yellow is capable of charming God. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
19:In trees, I see expression and soul ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
20:Only when I fall do I get up again. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
21:The great artist is the simplifier. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
22:Do not become the slave of your model. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
23:... life is too short to do the whole. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
24:Painting demands an intelligent model. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
25:The more you love, the more you suffer. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
26:There is no such thing as an ugly woman. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
27:To know life, one must love many things. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
28:I dream my painting and I paint my dream. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
29:We are surrounded by poetry on all sides. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
30:In spite of everything, I shall rise again ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
31:Someday death will take us to another star. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
32:A good picture is equivalent to a good deed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
33:Great things do not just happen by impulse, ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
34:How lovely yellow is! It stands for the sun. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
35:Perhaps someday everyone will have neurosis. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
36:I am not an adventurer by choice but by fate. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
37:Color in a picture is like enthusiasm in life. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
38:I dream of painting and then I paint my dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
39:If one hasn't a horse, one is one's own horse. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
40:I would rather die of passion than of boredom ~ Vincent van Gogh,
41:Loneliness is a kind of prison. [Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
42:To paint nature you must be in it a long time. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
43:Art is to console those who are broken by life. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
44:Art is to console those who are broken by life. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
45:I dream of painting and then I paint my dream. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
46:The cypresses are always occupying my thoughts. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
47:Art is to console those who are broken by life. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
48:One can never study nature too much and too hard ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
49:The only time I feel alive is when I'm painting. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
50:Loneliness is a kind of prison.
[Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
51:Surely the true path is to dive deep into nature. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
52:Exaggerate the essential, leave the obvious vague. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
53:What color is in a picture, enthusiasm is in life. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
54:I want to paint what I feel, and feel what I paint. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
55:One must work and dare if one really wants to live. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
56:There is no blue without yellow and without orange. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
57:Art is jealous, and demands our whole strength ... . ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
58:A woman is not old as long as she loves and is loved ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
59:Often whole days pass without my speaking to anyone. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
60:Purity of soul and impurity of body can go together. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
61:It is the painting that makes me so happy these days. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
62:I will be an artist. I am sure I will. [Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
63:One must spoil as many canvases as one succeeds with. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
64:You have to first experience what you want to express ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
65:If one truly loves nature one finds beauty everywhere. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
66:You have first to experience what you want to express. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
67:At times it is not easy for me to take up living again. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
68:Do you know that drawing with words is also an art... ? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
69:A good painting should be the equivalent of a good deed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
70:It is the language of nature to which one has to listen. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
71:I will be an artist. I am sure I will.
[Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
72:The great isn't something accidental; it must be willed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
73:The lamps are burning and the starry sky is over it all. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
74:In a sense I'm glad that I've never learned how to paint. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
75:There is nothing more truly artistic than to love people. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
76:I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
77:I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
78:If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
79:Oh! I must somehow manage to do a figure in a few strokes. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
80:I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
81:Admire as much as you can. Most people do not admire enough. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
82:I sometimes think there is nothing so delightful as drawing. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
83:It's better to have a gay life of it than to commit suicide. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
84:No, no thought to the winnings. One loves because one loves. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
85:Painters understand nature and love it, and teach us to see. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
86:What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
87:What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything? ~ Vincent van Gogh,
88:Love is eternal, the aspect may change, but not the essence. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
89:Still, there is a calm, pure harmony, and music inside of me. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
90:I am risking my life for my work, and half my reason has gone. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
91:I take great care of myself by carefully shutting myself away. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
92:Love is eternal, the aspect may change, but not the essence. 
 ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
93:God sends us pieces of art so that we may see ourselves in them ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
94:Success is sometimes the outcome of a whole string of failures. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
95:Whatever plan one makes, there is a hidden difficulty somewhere. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
96:I have played hell somewhat with the truthfulness of the colours. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
97:The painter of the future will be a colorist unlike anything yet. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
98:There is nothing more beautiful than nature early in the morning. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
99:Doing little things well is a step toward doing big things better. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
100:I've just kept on ceaselessly painting in order to learn painting. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
101:Someday my paintings will be hanging in the Louvre. [Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
102:Everywhere we look, complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
103:In an artist's life, death is perhaps not the most difficult thing. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
104:The large majority of people are asleep and do not wish to wake up. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
105:But you people do not understand me, and I am afraid you never will. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
106:I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
107:Since visiting the abatoirs of S. France I have stopped eating meat. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
108:You have first to experience what you want to express. —Vincent van Gogh ~ Guy Kawasaki,
109:Bookstores always remind me that there are good things in this world. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
110:I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
111:I am always doing what I can't do yet in order to learn how to do it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
112:La tristesse durera toujours.[The sadness will last forever.] ~ Vincent van Gogh,
113:Someday my paintings will be hanging in the Louvre.
[Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
114:One must never let the fire go out in one's soul, but keep it burning. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
115:a likeness different from the products of the God-fearing photographer. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
116:I am always doing what I cannot do yet, in order to learn how to do it. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
117:I work as diligently on my canvases as the laborers do in their fields. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
118:«Primero tienes que experimentar lo que quieres expresar.» Vincent Van Gogh ~ Guy Kawasaki,
119:But I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
120:Great things are not something accidental, but must certainly be willed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
121:It's so easy to love. The only hard thing is to be loved. [Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
122:One must learn to read, just as one must learn to see and learn to live. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
123:Paintings have a life of their own that derives from the painter's soul. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
124:It seems to me it's a painter's duty to try to put an idea into his work. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
125:Love always causes trouble, that's true, but in its favour, it energizes. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
126:Painting is a faith, and it imposes the duty to disregard public opinion. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
127:I don't know anything with certainty, but seeing the stars makes me dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
128:I don't know anything with certainty, but seeing the stars makes me dream. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
129:If the storm within gets too loud, I take a glass too much to stun myself. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
130:I am no friend of present-day Christianity, though its Founder was sublime. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
131:It is difficult to know oneself, but it isn't easy to paint oneself either. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
132:I tried to express through red and green the terrible passions of humanity. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
133:It's so easy to love. The only hard thing is to be loved.
[Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
134:And in a picture I want to say something comforting, as music is comforting. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
135:I confess I do not know why, but looking at the stars always makes me dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
136:It is a pity that, as one gradually gains experience, one loses one's youth. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
137:To suffer without complaint is the only lesson we have to learn in this life ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
138:I put my heart and soul into my work, and I have lost my mind in the process. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
139:To the one party, woman is always heresy and diabolical. To me, the opposite. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
140:I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
141:I want to get to the point where people say of my work, that man feels deeply. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
142:Life is not long for anybody, and the problem is only to make something of it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
143:What a simple thing death is, just as simple as the falling of an autumn leaf. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
144:If boyhood and youth are but vanity, must it not be our ambition to become men? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
145:I hope I shall be able to make some drawings in which there is something human. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
146:What molting time is to birds, so adversity or misfortune is ... for us humans. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
147:As a painter I shall never signify anything of importance. I feel it Absolutely. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
148:Find things beautiful as much as you can, most people find too little beautiful. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
149:I always dream a painting like that, with a group of lively figures of the pals. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
150:I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
151:I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
152:I use color in a completely arbitrary way in order to express myself powerfully. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
153:Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
154:Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
155:I am still far from being what I want to be, but with God's help I shall succeed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
156:So let us go forward quietly, each on his own path, forever making for the light. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
157:To die for the sake of dying - I prefer to die of passion than to die of boredom! ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
158:Keep your love of nature, for that is the true way to understand art more and more. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
159:Ideas for work are coming to me in abundance...I'm going like a painting-locomotive. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
160:One may have a blazing hearth in one's soul, and yet no one ever comes to sit by it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
161:Sometimes art seems to be something very sublime, and, as you say, something sacred. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
162:The diseases that we civilized people labor under most are melancholy and pessimism. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
163:Vincent van Gogh was a “tormented genius” the way Jimi Hendrix was a “guitar player.” I ~ Patton Oswalt,
164:Drawing is the root of everything, and the time spent on that is actually all profit. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
165:Do not think too deeply about these things - gradually they will become clearer to you ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
166:Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
167:It is looking at things for a long time that ripens you and gives you a deeper meaning. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
168:It is looking at things for a long time that ripens you and gives you a deeper meaning. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
169:One of the hardest things to do is to paint darkness which nonetheless has light in it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
170:Seek only light and freedom and do not immerse yourself too deeply in the worldly mire. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
171:Study, analyse the social structure - that's always far more effective than moralising. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
172:The laws of the colors are unutterably beautiful, just because they are not accidental. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
173:The only thing to do is to go one's own way, to try one's best, to make the thing live. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
174:Ah, Manet has come very, very close to it and Courbet - the marrying of form and colour. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
175:I consciously choose the dog's path through life. I shall be poor; I shall be a painter. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
176:...and then, I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
177:...and then, I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough? ~ Vincent van Gogh,
178:For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
179:I work even in the middle of the day, in the full sunshine, and I enjoy it like a cicada. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
180:The more I become decomposed, the more sick and fragile I am, the more I become an artist. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
181:Do not quench your inspiration and your imagination; do not become the slave of your model. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
182:Here everything is so wholly what I consider beautiful. In other words, there is peace here. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
183:How can I be useful, of what service can I be? There is something inside me, what can it be? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
184:I want to touch people with my art. I want them to say "he feels deeply, he feels tenderly". ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
185:You cannot be the good all the time — sometimes it is necessary to get angry. [Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
186:And love makes one calmer about many things, and in that way, one is more fit for one's work. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
187:My sketchbook is a witness of what I am experiencing, scribbling things whenever they happen. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
188:What lives in art and is eternally living, is first of all the painter and then the painting. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
189:I am a fanatic! I feel a power within me...a fire that I may not quench, but must keep ablaze. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
190:Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high. Then life seems almost enchanted after all. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
191:Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high. Then life seems almost enchanted after all. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
192:Just slap something on it when you see a blank canvas staring at you with a sort of imbecility. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
193:Love always brings difficulties, that is true, but the good side of it is that it gives energy. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
194:Poetry surrounds us everywhere, but putting it on paper is, alas, not so easy as looking at it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
195:You cannot be the good all the time — sometimes it is necessary to get angry.
[Vincent Van Gogh] ~ Irving Stone,
196:I try more and more to be myself, caring relatively little whether people approve or disapprove. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
197:I try more and more to be myself, caring relatively little whether people approve or disapprove. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
198:Both she and I have grief enough and trouble enough, but as for regrets – neither of us have any. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
199:The more I think about it, the more I realize there is nothing more artistic than to love others. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
200:I keep on making what I can’t do yet in order to learn to be able to do it. —Vincent van Gogh artist ~ Kathryn Petras,
201:The emotions are sometimes so strong that I work without knowing it. The strokes come like speech. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
202:The worse I get along with people the more I learn to have faith in Nature and concentrate on her. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
203:I want to touch people with my art. I want them to say 'he feels deeply, he feels tenderly'. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
204:One can speak poetry just by arranging colors well, just as one can say comforting things in music. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
205:Rembrandt is so deeply mysterious that he says things for which there are no words in any language. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
206:I lost my job as an art salesman. It was the customer's fault. He wanted to buy the wrong paintings. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
207:When I have a terrible need of - shall I say the word - religion. Then I go out and paint the stars. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
208:Though I am often in the depths of misery, there is still calmness, pure harmony and music inside me. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
209:It interests me tremendously to make copies... I started it by chance and I find it teaches me things. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
210:Though I am often in the depths of misery, there is still calmness, pure harmony and music inside me. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
211:For myself, I declare I don't know anything about it. But the sight of the stars always makes me dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
212:Man is not on the earth solely for his own happiness. He is there to realize great things for humanity. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
213:The beginning is perhaps more difficult than anything else, but keep heart, it will turn out all right. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
214:The beginning is perhaps more difficult than anything else, but keep heart, it will turn out all right. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
215:Then I abandoned comics for fine art because I had some romantic vision of being like Vincent Van Gogh Jr. ~ Bill Griffith,
216:You can feel the stars and the infinity of the sky since life, in spite of everything, is like a dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
217:But for one's health as you say, it is very necessary to work in the garden and see the flowers growing. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
218:So often, a visit to a bookshop has cheered me, and reminded me that there are good things in the world. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
219:As you can see, I am immersing myself in color-I've held back from that until now; and I don't regret it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
220:For great things do not done just happen by impulse but are a succession of small things linked together. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
221:No blue without yellow and without orange, and if you do blue, then do yellow and orange as well, surely. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
222:The victory one would gain after a whole life of work and effort is better than one that is gained sooner. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
223:Ah! Portraiture, portraiture with the thought, the soul of the model in it, that is what I think must come. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
224:The canvas has an idiotic stare and mesmerises some painters so much that they turn into idiots themselves. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
225:Vincent Van Gogh, who said to the hat salesman, I like it, but it keeps sliding over my ear. Never got a dinner! ~ Red Buttons,
226:We spent our whole lives in unconsous excercise of the art of expressing our thoughts with the help of words ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
227:I am painting with the same enthusiasm as a Marseillaise eats bouillabaisse ... I am painting big sunflowers. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
228:Seeing that I am so busily occupied with myself just now, I want to try to paint my self-portrait in writing. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
229:As long as autumn lasts, I shall not have hands, canvas and colors enough to paint the beautiful things I see. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
230:An artist needn't be a clergyman or a churchwarden, but he certainly must have a warm heart for his fellow men. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
231:A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm themselves at it, and passers-by only see a wisp of smoke ~ Vincent van Gogh,
232:If you hear a voice within you say 'you cannot paint,' then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
233:If your inner voice is telling you that you can't paint, by all means, hurry up and paint and silence the voice. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
234:Even the knowledge of my own fallibility cannot keep me from making mistakes. Only when I fall do I get up again. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
235:If I succeed in putting some warmth and love into the work, then it will find friends. Carrying on working is the ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
236:I long so much to make beautiful things. But beautiful things require effort and disappointment and perseverance. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
237:In the end we shall have had enough of cynicism, skepticism and humbug, and we shall want to live more musically. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
238:That I was not suited to commerce or academic study in no way proves that I should also be unfit to be a painter. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
239:For the great doesn't happen through impulse alone, and is a succession of little things that are brought together. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
240:It is better to be high-spirited even though one makes more mistakes, than to be narrow-minded and all too prudent. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
241:If you hear a voice within you say you cannot paint, then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
242:Let’s not forget that the little emotions are the great captains of our lives and we obey them without realizing it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
243:What preys on my mind is simply this one question: what am I good for, could I not be of service or use in some way? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
244:For loneliness, worries, difficulties, the unsatisfied need for kindness and sympathy - that is what is hard to bear. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
245:I don't think it was pain that made [Vincent Van Gogh] great - I think his painting brought him whatever happiness he had. ~ David Lynch,
246:If you end up falling in love with someone, it's because of them. If you end up hating someone, it's because of you. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
247:I believe I do much better for the time being by first copying some good things than by working without that foundation ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
248:I believe more and more that God must not be judged on this earth. It is one of His sketches that has turned out badly. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
249:Painting it was hard graft. There are one and a half large tubes of white in the ground - yet that ground is very dark. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
250:The heart of man is very much like the sea, it has its storms, it has its tides and in its depths it has its pearls too ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
251:The heart of man is very much like the sea, it has its storms, it has its tides and in its depths it has its pearls too ~ Vincent van Gogh,
252:The wheat field has ...poetry; it is like a memory of something one has once seen. We can only make our pictures speak. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
253:As practice makes perfect, I cannot but make progress; each drawing one makes, each study one paints, is a step forward. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
254:How rich art is, if one can only remember what one has seen, one is never empty of thoughts or truly lonely, never alone. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
255:I feel close to Marvin Gaye, Vincent van Gogh, because nobody appreciated his work until he was dead. Now it's worth millions. ~ Tupac Shakur,
256:In general, and most especially with artists, I pay as much attention to the man who does the work, as to the work itself. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
257:My brushwork is quite unsystematic. I slam the paint on in all sorts of ways and leave each result to take care of itself. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
258:I feel a certain calm. There is safety in the midst of danger. What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
259:We have very beautiful bad weather here at present - rain, wind, thunder - but with splendid effects; that's why I like it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
260:I believe it is one's duty to paint the rich and magnificent aspects of nature. We need gaiety and happiness, hope and love. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
261:And painted portraits have a life of their own that comes from deep in the soul of the painter and where the machine can't go. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
262:I myself am quite absorbed by the delicate yellow, delicate soft green, delicate violet of a ploughed and weeded piece of soil. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
263:There are colors which cause each other to shine brilliantly, which form a couple which complete each other like man and woman. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
264:By working hard, old man, I hope to make something good one day. I haven't yet, but I am pursuing it and fighting for it . . . . ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
265:If I am worth anything later, I am worth something now. For wheat is wheat, even if people think it is a grass in the beginning. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
266:If I am worth anything later, I am worth something now. For wheat is wheat, even if people think it is a grass in the beginning. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
267:There is something intimate about painting I cannot explain to you ? but it is so delightful just for expressing one's feelings. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
268:We must not judge God from this world. It's just a study that didn't come off. It's only a master who could make such a blunder. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
269:Christ is more of an artist than the artists; he works in the living spirit and the living flesh, he makes men instead of statues. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
270:It is no more easy to make a good picture than it is to find a diamond or a pearl. It means trouble and you risk your life for it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
271:There is the same difference in a person before and after he is in love, as there is in an unlighted lamp and one that is burning. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
272:To express a marriage of two complementary colors, their mingling and their opposition, the mysterious vibrations of kindred tones. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
273:Everyone said to Vincent van Gogh, "You can't be a great painter, you only have one ear." And you know what he said? "I can't hear you". ~ Steve Carell,
274:I don't know if I can convey the postman as I feel him... Unfortunately he cannot pose, and a painting demands an intelligent model. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
275:Don't lose heart if it's very difficult at times, everything will come out all right and nobody can in the beginning do as he wishes. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
276:Often whole days pass without my speaking to anyone, except to ask for diner or coffee. And it has been like that form the beginning. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
277:What is drawing? It is working oneself through an invisible iron wall that seems to stand between what one feels and what one can do. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
278:How right it is to love flowers and the greenery of pines and ivy and hawthorn hedges; they have been with us from the very beginning. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
279:If one is master of one thing and understands one thing well, one has at the same time, insight into and understanding of many things. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
280:I had a Vincent van Gogh, a small Provençal landscape. We sold it. If you're going to have a van Gogh it should be a really good van Gogh. ~ Pierre Berge,
281:Let us keep courage and try to be patient and gentle. And let us not mind being eccentric, and make distinction between good and evil. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
282:People are often unable to do anything, imprisoned as they are in I don't know what kind of terrible, terrible, oh such terrible cage. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
283:For instead of trying to reproduce exactly what I see before me, I make more arbitrary use of colour to express myself more forcefully. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
284:Those Dutchmen had hardly any imagination or fantasy, but their good taste and their scientific knowledge of composition were enormous. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
285:What a splendid thing watercolour is to express atmosphere and distance, so that the figure is surrounded by air and can breathe in it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
286:I am a man of passions, capable of and subject to doing more or less foolish things- which I happen to regret, more or less, afterwards. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
287:The uglier, older, meaner, iller, poorer I get, the more I wish to take my revenge by doing brilliant color, well arranged, resplendent. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
288:To do good work one must eat well, be well housed, have one's fling from time to time, smoke one's pipe, and drink one's coffee in peace ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
289:As we advance in life it becomes more and more difficult, but in fighting the difficulties the inmost strength of the heart is developed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
290:If one feels the need of something grand, something infinite, something that makes one feel aware of God, one need not go far to find it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
291:The more ugly, old, nasty, ill, and poor I become the more I want to get my own back by producing vibrant, well-arranged, radiant colour. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
292:You can't be at the pole and the equator at the same time. You must choose your own line, as I hope to do, and it will probably be color. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
293:I myself believe that there is in every painter's life a period of making absurdities. In my case I think that period is already long past. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
294:I see drawings and pictures in the poorest huts, in the dirtiest corner. And my mind is drawn toward these things by an irresistible force. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
295:There is a sun, a light that for want of another word I can only call yellow, pale sulphur yellow, pale golden citron. How lovely yellow is! ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
296:We are having wind and rain here, and I am very glad not to be alone. I work from memory on bad days, and that would not do if I were alone. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
297:But by fighting the difficulties in which one finds oneself, an inner strength develops from within our heart, which improves in life's fight. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
298:I know for sure that I have an instinct for color, and that it will come to me more and more, that painting is in the very marrow of my bones. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
299:Art and resistance are great together. That's what art's made for. Look at Vincent van Gogh: He didn't cut off his ear because he was selling well. ~ Albert Brooks,
300:Suffice it to say that black and white are also colors... for their simultaneous contrast is as striking as that of green and red, for instance. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
301:I want to do drawings which touch some people... In either figure or landscape I wish to express, not sentimental melancholy, but serious sorrow. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
302:I would like to leave this world and never return. I severed my ear, but how I wish that I had severed my heart. I shall never amount to anything. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
303:I have a firm faith in art, a firm confidence in its being a powerful stream which carries a man to a harbor, though he himself must do his bit too. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
304:The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
305:The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
306:To believe in God for me is to feel that there is a God, not a dead one, or a stuffed one, who with irresistible force urges us towards more loving. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
307:It was Richepin who said somewhere, 'The love of art means loss of real love'... True, but on the other hand, real love makes you disgusted with art. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
308:I shouldn't precisely have chosen madness if there had been any choice, but once such a thing has taken hold of you, you can't very well get out of it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
309:In spite of everything I shall rise again: I will take up my pencil, which I have forsaken in my great discouragement, and I will go on with my drawing. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
310:If I were to think of and dwell on disastrous possibilities, I could do nothing. I throw myself headlong into my work, and come up again with my studies. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
311:There often beams in our eye that we know not of. Let us therefore ask that our eye may become single, for then we ourselves shall become wholly single. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
312:I assure you that there's a lot involved in compositions with figures. ... It's like weaving... you must control and keep an eye on several things at once. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
313:Describing Starry Night: Firmament and planets both disappeared, but the mighty breath which gives life to all things and in which all is bound up remained. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
314:Painting is a faith and that it brings with it the duty to pay no heed to public opinion - and that in it one conquers by perseverance and not by giving in. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
315:If I did not succeed I still thought that what I had worked on would be continued. Not immediately. But there are others who believe in things that are true. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
316:It is with the reading of books the same as with looking at pictures; one must, without doubt, without hesitations, with assurance, admire what is beautiful. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
317:It is with the reading of books the same as with looking at pictures; one must, without doubt, without hesitations, with assurance, admire what is beautiful. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
318:I've never felt a desire (and I don't believe I ever shall) to bring the public to my work... a certain popularity seems to me the least desirable of things. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
319:Love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is done well. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
320:My opinion is that the best thing would be to work on till art lovers feel drawn toward it of their own accord, instead of having to praise or to explain it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
321:I think that I still have it in my heart someday to paint a bookshop with the front yellow and pink in the evening...like a light in the midst of the darkness. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
322:Painting as it is now promises to become more subtle - more like music and less like sculpture - and above all it promises color. If only it keeps this promise. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
323:There certainly is an affinity between a person and his work, but it is not easy to define what this affinity is, and on that question many judge quite wrongly. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
324:Even this artistic life, which we know is not real life, appears to me to be so alive and so vital that it would be a form ingratitude not to be content with it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
325:I experience a period of frightening clarity in those moments when nature is so beautiful. I am no longer sure of myself, and the paintings appear as in a dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
326:If we study Japanese art, we see a man who is undoubtedly wise, philosophic and intelligent, who spends his time doing what? He studies a single blade of grass. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
327:One may have a blazing hearth in one's soul and yet no one ever came to sit by it. Passers-by see only a wisp of smoke from the chimney and continue on their way. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
328:The more ugly, older, more cantankerous, more ill and poorer I become, the more I try to make amends by making my colours more vibrant, more balanced and beaming. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
329:Everyone who works with love and with intelligence finds in the very sincerity of his love for nature and art a kind of armor against the opinions of other people. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
330:Even though one seeks with the expectation of finding, finding is a complete surprise nonetheless.” —​letter from Vincent van Gogh to his brother Theo, 7 November 1881 ~ Deron R Hicks,
331:In the fullness of artistic life there is, and remains, and will always come back at times, that homesick longing for the truly ideal life that can never come true. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
332:There is but one Paris and however hard living may be here, and if it became worse and harder even—the French air clears up the brain and does good—a world of good. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
333:To save a life is a real and beautiful thing. To make a home for the homeless, yes, it is a thing that must be good; whatever the world may say, it cannot be wrong. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
334:And the memories of all we have loved stay and come back to us in the evening of our life. They are not dead but sleep, and it is well to gather a treasure of them. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
335:Gauguin says that when sailors have to move a heavy load or raise an anchor, they all sing together to keep them up and give them vim. That's just what artists lack! ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
336:I am working with the enthusiasm of a man from Marseilles eating bouillabaisse, which shouldn't come as a surprise to you because I am busy painting huge sunflowers. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
337:How to achieve such anomalies, such alterations and re-fashionings of reality so what comes out of it are lies, if you like, but lies that are more than literal truth. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
338:In order to work and to become an artist one needs love. At least, one who wants sentiment in his work must in the first place feel it himself, and live with his heart ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
339:Many painters are afraid of the blank canvas, but the blank canvas is afraid of the truly passionate painter who dares-and who has once broken the spell of 'you can't.' ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
340:The great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together. And great things are not something accidental, but must certainly be willed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
341:When we are working at a difficult task and strive after a good thing, we are fighting a righteous battle, the direct reward of which is that we are kept from much evil. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
342:One should arrive at leading one's conscience to a state of development so that it becomes the voice of a better and higher self, of which the ordinary self is a servant. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
343:It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
344:Occasionally, in times of worry, I've longed to be stylish, but on second thought I say no-just let me be myself-and express rough, yet true things with rough workmanship. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
345:I believe that one thinks much more soundly if the thoughts arise from direct contact with things, than if one looks at things with the aim of finding this or that in them. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
346:Someday I would love to write about Vincent van Gogh - his paintings and letters continue to inspire me very much. But it remains hard to find the time and inner rest to write. ~ Henri Nouwen,
347:Sometimes I long so much to do landscape, just as one would go for a long walk to refresh oneself, and in all of nature, in trees for instance, I see expression and a soul. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
348:Let life be beautiful like summer flowers and death be like autumn leaves. Rabindranath Tagore What a simple thing death is, just as simple as the falling of an autumn leaf. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
349:One begins by plaguing oneself to no purpose in order to be true to nature, and one concludes by working quietly from one's own palette alone, and then nature is the result. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
350:It is not only by one's impulses that one achieves greatness, but also by patiently filing away the steel wall that separates what one feels from what one is capable of doing. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
351:To stick to the present and not let it pass without drawing some profit from it, that's what I think duty is. ...let us perservere as far as we can rather today than tomorrow. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
352:What am I in most people's eyes? A nonentity or an eccentric and disagreeable man... I should want my work to show what is in the heart of such an eccentric, of such a nobody. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
353:I can't change the fact that my paintings don't sell. But the time will come when people will recognize that they are worth more than the value of the paints used in the picture. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
354:It's as interesting and as difficult to say a thing well as to paint it. There is the art of lines and colours, but the art of words exists too, and will never be less important. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
355:Many painters are afraid of the blank canvas, but the blank canvas is afraid of the painter who dares and who has broken the spell of “you can’t” once and for all. —VINCENT VAN GOGH ~ Ryder Carroll,
356:If one were to say but few words, though ones with meaning, one would do better than to say many that were only empty sounds, and just as easy to utter as they were of little use. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
357:l can do very well without God both in my life and in my painting, but l cannot, ill as I am, do without something which is greater than l, which is my life — the power to create. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
358:I am always in the hope to express the love of two lovers by a marriage of two complementary colors - colors which marry each other... complement each other as a man and a woman do. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
359:To express hope by some star, the eagerness of a soul by a sunset radiance. Certainly there is nothing in that of stereoscopic realism, but is it not something that actually exists? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
360:Someone has a great fire in his soul and nobody ever comes to warm themselves at it, and passers-by see nothing but a little smoke at the top of the chimney and then go on their way. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
361:I want to paint men and women with that something of the external which the halo used to symbolize, and which we now seek to give by the actual radiance and vibrancy of our colorings. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
362:Ah! My dear friend painting is to us what the music of Berlioz and Wagner was before us - a consolatory art for sore hearts! And yet there are only a few like you and me who feel it!!! ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
363:Well, I am ploughing on my canvases as they do on their fields (the peasants). It goes badly enough in our profession - in fact that has always been so, but at the moment it is very bad. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
364:The majority of (painters), because they aren't colorists, do not see yellow, orange or sulphur in the South (of France) and they call a painter mad if he sees with eyes other than theirs ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
365:Whoever lives sincerely and encounters much trouble and disappointment without being bowed down is worth more than one who has always sailed before the wind and has only known prosperity. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
366:I feel the need of relations and friendship, of affection, of friendly intercourse.... I cannot miss these things without feeling, as does any other intelligent man, a void and a deep need. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
367:It is not the language of painters but the language of nature which one should listen to, the feeling for the things themselves, for reality is more important than the feeling for pictures. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
368:My great longing is to make those very incorrectnesses, those deviations, remodellings, changes in reality, so that they may become, yes, lies if you like - but truer than the literal truth. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
369:Conscience is a man's compass, and though the needle sometimes deviates, though one often perceives irregularities in directing one's course by it, still one must try to follow its direction. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
370:I do not know myself how I paint it. I sit down with a white board before the spot that strikes me. I look at what is before my eyes, and say to myself, that white board must become something. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
371:I wanted to make people think of a totally different way of living from that which we, educated people, live. I would absolutely not want anyone to find it beautiful or good without a thought. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
372:That this awareness of my own fallibility will prevent me from making many mistakes doesn't alter the fact that I'm bound to make a great many mistakes anyway. But if we fall, we get up again! ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
373:Your profession is not what brings home your weekly paycheck, your profession is what you're put here on earth to do, with such passion and such intensity that it becomes spiritual in calling. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
374:I have to accept my role. I will never kill myself like Vincent Van Gogh. Nor will I paint beautiful water lilies like Monet. I can't do that. I'm in the idiot role of being a kiddie book person. ~ Maurice Sendak,
375:I am unable to describe exactly what is the matter with me; now and then there are horrible fits of anxiety, apparently without cause, or otherwise a feeling of emptiness and fatigue in the head. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
376:Painting it was hard graft... in addition red, yellow, brown ochre, black, terra sienna, bistre, and the result is a red-brown that varies from bistre to deep wine-red and to pale, blond reddish. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
377:If one keeps loving faithfully what is really worth loving, and does not waste one's love on insignificant and unworthy and meaningless things, one will get more light by and by and grow stronger. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
378:I am so angry with myself because I cannot do what I should like to do, and at such a moment one feels as if one were lying bound hand and foot at the bottom of a deep dark well, utterly helpless. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
379:I must continue to follow the path I take now. If I do nothing, if I study nothing, if I cease searching, then, woe is me, I am lost. That is how I look at it - keep going, keep going come what may. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
380:To try to understand the real significance of what the great artists, the serious masters, tell us in their masterpieces, that leads to God; one man wrote or told it in a book; another, in a picture. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
381:There are so many people, especially among our comrades, who imagine that words are nothing - on the contrary, isn't it true that saying a thing well is as interesting and as difficult as painting it? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
382:Well, do you know what I hope for, once I allow myself to begin to hope? [...] That you find in your love for people something not only to work for, but to comfort and restore you when there is a need. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
383:My aim in life is to make pictures and drawings, as many and as well as I can; then, at the end of my life... looking back with love and tender regret, and thinking, 'Oh, the pictures I might have made!' ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
384:I cannot help thinking that the best way of knowing God is to love many things. Love this friend, this person, this thing, whatever you like, and you will be on the right road to understanding Him better. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
385:There is no blue without yellow and without orange, and if you put in blue, then you must put in yellow, and orange too, mustn't you? Oh well, you will tell me that what I write to you are only banalities. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
386:But on the road that I'm on I must continue; if I do nothing, if I don't study, if I don't keep on trying, then I'm lost, then woe betide me. That's how I see this, to keep on, keep on, that's what's needed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
387:I am astonished at the high prices paid for works by painters who are dead, prices none of them could expect when they were alive. It is a kind of tulip trade, in which living painters suffer but do not profit. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
388:It is only too true that a lot of artists are mentally ill - it's a life which, to put it mildly, makes one an outsider. I'm all right when I completely immerse myself in work, but I'll always remain half crazy. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
389:Love a friend, love a wife, something, whatever you like, but one must love with a lofty and serious intimate sympathy, with strength, with intelligence, and one must always try to know deeper, better, and more. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
390:Art demands persistent work, work in spite of everything, and continuous observations. By persistent, I mean not only continuous work, but also not giving up your opinion at the bidding of such and such a person. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
391:Artists are mostly shits of the worst order. You wouldn't want one living next door to you. Think about it: Vincent Van Gogh living next door, coming over to borrow your ear and a cup of sugar every morning-Good God! ~ Stan Brakhage,
392:Just dash something down if you see a blank canvas staring at you with a certain imbecility. You do not know how paralyzing it is, that staring of a blank canvas which says to the painter: you don't know anything. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
393:Nature always begins by resisting the artist, but he who really takes it seriously does not allow that resistance to put him off his stride; on the contrary, it is that much more of a stimulus to fight for victory. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
394:Fortunately for me, I know well enough what I want, and am basically utterly indifferent to the criticism that I work to hurriedly. In answer to that, I have done some things even more hurriedly theses last few days. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
395:Van Gogh was so under appreciated in his time, he sold only one of his 900 paintings while alive. Posthumously, he became one of the most famous artists of all time and his work is now considered priceless. Oh the irony. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
396:Painting is like having a bad mistress who spends and spends and it's never enough ... I tell myself that even if a tolerable study comes out of it from time to time, it would have been cheaper to buy it from somebody else. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
397:The cure for him would be to take a good long look at some potato plants, which have lately had such a deep and distinctive colour and tone, instead of driving himself mad looking at pieces of yellow satin and gold leather. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
398:Accurate drawing, accurate colour, is perhaps not the essential thing to aim at, because the reflection of reality in a mirror, if it could be caught, colour and all, would not be a picture at all, no more than a photograph. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
399:Art is something greater and higher than our own skill or knowledge or learning. That art is something which, though produced by human hands, is not wrought by hands alone, but wells up from a deeper source, from a man's soul. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
400:The Mediterranean has the color of mackerel, changeable I mean. You don't always know if it is green or violet, you can't even say it's blue, because the next moment the changing reflection has taken on a tint of rose or gray. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
401:I devour nature ceaselessly. I exaggerate, sometimes I make changes in the subject; but still I don't invent the whole picture. On the contrary, I find it already there. It's a question of picking out what one wants from nature. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
402:It always strikes me, and it is very peculiar, that, whenever we see the image of indescribable and unutterable desolation—of loneliness, poverty, and misery, the end and extreme of things—the thought of God comes into one's mind. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
403:Modern reality has got such a hold on us that... when we attempt to reconstruct the ancient days in our thoughts...the minor events of our lives tear us away from our meditations, and... thrust us back into our personal [problems] ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
404:I knew that I had to find out more about van Gogh. Even though I was far too young, and felt I did not have sufficient technique to write a book about Vincent van Gogh, I knew I had to try. If I didn't I would never write anything else. ~ Irving Stone,
405:When using colors to recreate a general harmony of tones in nature, one loses it by painfully exact imitation. One keeps it by recreating in an equivalent color range, and that may not be exactly, or far from exactly, like the model. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
406:An artist need not be a minister or a collector in church, but he must have a warm heart for people, and I find it a noble thing that, for example, no winter passed without The Graphic doing something to keep alive sympathy for the poor. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
407:For me work is an absolute necessity, indeed I can't really drag it out, I take no more pleasure in anything than in work, that's to say, pleasure in other things stops immediately and I become melancholy if I can't get on with the work. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
408:In my view, I am often immensely rich, not in money, but (although just now perhaps not all the time) rich because I have found my metier, something I can devote myself to heart and soul and that gives inspiration and meaning to my life. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
409:The best pictures are always those one dreams of when one is smoking a pipe in bed, but which never get done. But still one ought to try, however incompetent one may feel before the unspeakable perfection and radiant splendour of nature. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
410:But you must love with a sublime , genuine , profound sympathy , with devotion, with intelligence , and you must try all the time to understand Him more, better and yet more. That will lead to God , that will lead to an unshakeable faith . ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
411:What is true is that I have at times earned my own crust of bread, and at other times a friend has given it to me out of the goodness of his heart. I have lived whatever way I could, for better or for worse, taking things just as they came. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
412:When I have a model who is quiet and steady and with whom I am acquainted, then I draw repeatedly 'til there is one drawing that is different from the rest, which does not look like an ordinary study, but more typical and with more feeling. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
413:We do it because we care. We care that Vincent Van Gogh mutilated his ear. We care that behind a pile of manure in the yard he destroyed his life. We care that Scott Joplin's music lives! We care because we know this: the life we save is our own. ~ Alice Walker,
414:A weaver who has to direct and to interweave a great many little threads has no time to philosophize about it, but rather he is so absorbed in his work that he doesn't think but acts, and he feels how things must go more than he can explain it. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
415:...to look at the stars always makes me dream, as simply as I dream over the black dots of a map representing towns and villages. Why, I ask myself, should the shining dots of the sky not be as accessible as the black dots on the map of France? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
416:I felt my energy return and that I said to myself, in any event I'll recover from it, I'll pick up my pencil that I put down in my great discouragement and I'll get back to drawing, and from then on, it seems to me, everything has changed for me. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
417:But after all I find in my work an echo of what struck me. I see that nature has told me something, has spoken to me, and that I have put it down in shorthand. In my shorthand there may be words that cannot be deciphered. There may be mistakes or gap ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
418:If one wants to be active, one must not be afraid of going wrong, one must not be afraid of making mistakes now and then. Many people think that they will become good just by doing no harm -- but that's a lie.... That way lies stagnation, mediocrity. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
419:It may be true that there is no God here, but there must be one not far off, and at such a moment one feels His presence; which comes to the same as saying (and I readily give this sincere profession of faith): I believe in God, and that it is His wi ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
420:Spring is the fresh green of young corn and the pink blush of blossoms. Autumn contrasts the yellowed foilage with violet hues. Winter is the white of snow against its black forms ... Summer is the contrast of blues and the golden bronze of the corn. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
421:Close friends are truly life's treasures. Sometimes they know us better than we know ourselves. With gentle honesty, they are there to guide and support us, to share our laughter and our tears. Their presence reminds us that we are never really alone. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
422:Close friends are truly life's treasures. Sometimes they know us better than we know ourselves. With gentle honesty, they are there to guide and support us, to share our laughter and our tears. Their presence reminds us that we are never really alone. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
423:I often think of you all, one cannot do what one wants in life. The more you feel attached to a spot, the more ruthlessly you are compelled to leave it, but the memories remain, and one remembers - as in a looking glass, darkly - one's absent friends. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
424:You will say that everyone has seen landscapes and figures from childhood on. The question is: Has everybody also been reflexive as a child? Has everybody who has seen them also loved heath, fields, meadows, woods, and the snow and the rain and the s. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
425:Let me stop there, but my God, how beautiful Shakespeare is, who else is as mysterious as he is; his language and method are like a brush trembling with excitement and ecstasy. But one must learn to read, just as one must learn to see and learn to live. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
426:Though I am often in the depths of misery, there is still calmness, pure harmony and music inside me. I see paintings or drawings in the poorest cottages, in the dirtiest corners. And my mind is driven towards these things with an irresistible momentum. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
427:I can't work without a model. I won't say I turn my back on nature ruthlessly in order to turn a study into a picture, arranging the colors, enlarging and simplifying; but in the matter of form I am too afraid of departing from the possible and the true. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
428:Try to walk as much as you can, and keep your love for nature, for that is the true way to learn to understand art more and more. Painters understand nature and love her and teach us to see her. If one really loves nature, one can find beauty everywhere. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
429:Vincent van Gogh was sane when he painted that piece of art, because when you you feel the mania and depression, you have all the heaven and hell your heart has ever experienced that you can tap into, to be able to create something that can last several lifetimes. ~ Paul Dalio,
430:I always think photographs abominable, and I don't like to have them around, particularly not those of persons I know and love. Those photographic portraits wither much sooner than we ourselves do, whereas the painted portrait is a thing which is felt, done with love. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
431:If you work with love and intelligence, you develop a kind of armour against people's opinions, just because of the sincerity of your love for nature and art. Nature is also severe and, to put it that way, hard, but never deceives and always helps you to move forward. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
432:In general, you have great artists who have died far too early and who have left great cultural impact. If you look at people like Vincent van Gogh or Jean-Michel Basquiat-there's a long, long list of artists who have died in tragic circumstances, and far, far too early. ~ Simon de Pury,
433:The thing has already taken form in my mind before I start it. The first attempts are absolutely unbearable. I say this because I want you to know that if you see something worthwhile in what I am doing, it is not by accident but because of real direction and purpose. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
434:Cobalt is a divine color and there is nothing as fine for putting an atmosphere round things. Carmine is the red of wine and is warm and lively like wine. The same goes for emerald green too. It's false economy to dispense with them, with those colors. Cadmium as well. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
435:Do you know what makes the prison disappear? Every deep, genuine affection. Being friends, being brothers, loving, that is what opens the prison, with supreme power, by some magic force. Without these one stays dead. But whenever affection is revived, there life revives. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
436:(Vincent van Gogh, for one, wrote that his exuberant mood propelled not just his art but his speech: "There are moments," he said, "when I am twisted by enthusiasm or madness or prophecy, like a Greek oracle on the tripod. And then I have great readiness of speech.") ~ Kay Redfield Jamison,
437:It astonishes me already when I compare my condition today with what it was a month ago. Before that I knew well enough one could fracture one's legs and arms and recover afterward, but I did not know that you could fracture the brain in your head and recover from that too. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
438:And when I read, and really I do not read so much, only a few authors, - a few men that I discovered by accident - I do this because they look at things in a broader, milder and more affectionate way than I do, and because they know life better, so that I can learn from them. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
439:It isn't an easy job to paint oneself - at any rate if it is to be different from a photograph. And you see - this, in my opinion, is the advantage that impressionism possesses over all the other things; it is not banal, and one seeks after a deeper resemblance than the photograph. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
440:I'm now painting with all the elan of a Marseillais eating soup, which won't surprise you when I tell you I'm painting large sunflowers. The idea? To decorate the studio, now there's hope of Gauguin living here. I aim at a dozen panels of sunflowers in the room I've set aside for Gauguin. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
441:Art, although produced by man's hands, is something not created by hands alone, but something which wells up from a deeper source out of our soul.....My sympathies in the literary as well as in the artistic field are drawn most strongly to those artists in whom I see most the working of the soul. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
442:You know, what makes the prison disappear is every deep, serious attachment. To be friends, to be brothers, to love; that opens the prison through sovereign power, through a most powerful spell. But he who doesn't have that remains in death. But where sympathy springs up again, life springs up again. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
443:Like I said, basements usually smell like surrealism. But kitchens and gardens almost always smell like impressionism.

Because our kitchen is part of a basement apartment, it smells like the early impressionism of Vincent Van Gogh - all big strokes of umber and ochre - a peppery greasy I-love-you smell. ~ Emil Ferris,
444:The world concerns me only in so far as I have a certain debt and duty to it, because I have lived in it for thirty years and owe to it to leave behind some souvenir in the shape of drawings and paintings – not done to please any particular movement, but within which a genuine human sentiment is expressed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
445:When we are working at a difficult task and strive after a good thing, we are fighting a righteous battle, the direct reward of which is that we are kept from much evil. As we advance in life it becomes more and more difficult, but in fighting the difficulties the inmost strength of the heart is developed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
446:But what's your ultimate goal, you'll say. That goal will become clearer, will take shape slowly and surely, as the croquis becomes a sketch and the sketch a painting, as one works more seriously, as one digs deeper into the originally vague idea, the first fugitive, passing thought, unless it becomes firm. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
447:I began to paint again, even though I could barely hold the brush, but knowing exactly what I wanted to paint, I began three more large canvases... of large wheat fields under cloudy skies, and it did not take a great deal to express sadness and loneliness... I believe these paintings say what words cannot. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
448:I am an artist... It's self-evident that what that word implies is looking for something all the time without ever finding it in full. It is the opposite of saying, 'I know all about it. I've already found it.' As far as I'm concerned, the word means, 'I am looking. I am hunting for it. I am deeply involved.' ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
449:I am not strictly speaking mad, for my mind is absolutely normal in the intervals, and even more so than before. But during the attacks it is terrible - and then I lose consciousness of everything. But that spurs me on to work and to seriousness, as a miner who is always in danger makes haste in what he does. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
450:I had a new idea in my head... this time it's just simply my bedroom, only here colour is to do everything, and, giving by its simplification a grander style to things, is to be suggestive here of rest or of sleep in general. In a word, to look at the picture ought to rest the brain or rather the imagination. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
451:We feel lonely now and then and long for friends and think we should be quite different and happier if we found a friend of whom we might say: “He is the one.” But you, too, will begin to learn that there is much self-deception behind this longing; if we yielded too much to it, it would lead us from the road. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
452:I do not intend to spare myself, not to avoid emotions or difficulties. I don't care much whether I live a longer or shorter time... the world concerns me only in so far as I feel a certain debt toward it, because I have walked on this earth for thirty years, and out of gratitude I want to leave some souvenir. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
453:Well, I dare not allow myself any illusions, and I am afraid it may never happen that Father and Mother will really appreciate my art. It is not their fault; we do not see the same things with the same eyes, or have the same thoughts raised in us by them. They will never be able to understand what painting is. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
454:The world concerns me only in so far as I feel a certain indebtedness and duty toward it because I have walked this earth for thirty years, and, out of gratitude, want to leave some souvenir in the shape of drawings or pictures — not made to please a certain taste in art, but to express a sincere human feeling. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
455:I remind myself Vincent van Gogh died without having sold a single painting. Like, art is not measured by the trappings that people attached to it. It's the thing itself, and so, as you know, it's been a dream of mine to write songs for Disney, and so, it's really exciting to finally hear. It's two and a half years. ~ Lin Manuel Miranda,
456:Life itself, too, is forever turning an infinitely vacant, dispiriting blank side towards man on which nothing appears, any more than it does on a blank canvas. But no matter how vacant and vain, how dead life may appear to be, the man of faith, of energy, of warmth, who knows something, will not be put off so easily. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
457:The sight of stars always sets me dreaming just as naively as those black dots on a map set me dreaming of towns and villages. Why should these points of light in the firmament, I wonder, be less accessible than the dark ones on the map of France? We take a train to go to Torascon or Roven and we take death to a star. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
458:There was a sentence in your letter that struck me, “I wish I were far away from everything, I am the cause of all, and bring only sorrow to everybody, I alone have brought all this misery on myself and others.” These words struck me because that same feeling, just the same, not more nor less, is also on my conscience. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
459:What is drawing? How does one get there? It's working one's way through an invisible iron wall that seems to stand between what one feels and what one can do. How can one get through that wall? - since hammering on it doesn't help at all. In my view, one must undermine the wall and grind through it slowly and patiently. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
460:To exaggerate the fairness of hair, I come even to orange tones, chromes and pale yellow ... I make a plain background of the richest, intensest blue that I can contrive, and by this simple combination of the bright head against the rich blue background, I get a mysterious effect, like a star in the depths of an azure sky. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
461:To express the love of two lovers by a marriage of two complementary colors, their mingling and their opposition, the mysterious vibrations of Kindred tones. To express the thought of a brow by the radiance of light tone against a somber background; to express hope by some star, the eagerness of a soul by a sunset radiance. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
462:I feel such a creative force in me: I am convinced that there will be a time when, let us say, I will make something good every day , on a regular basis....I am doing my very best to make every effort because I am longing so much to make beautiful things. But beautiful things mean painstaking work, disappointment, and perseverance. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
463:When he painted a road, the roadmakers were there in his imagination, when he painted the turned earth of a ploughed field, the gesture of the blade turning the earth was included in his own act. Whenever he looked he saw the labour of existence; and this labour, recognised as such, was what constituted reality for him. (On Vincent Van Gogh) ~ John Berger,
464:What am I in the eyes of most people - a nonentity, an eccentric, or an unpleasant person - somebody who has no position in society and will never have; in short, the lowest of the low. All right, then - even if that were absolutely true, then I should one day like to show by my work what such an eccentric, such a nobody, has in his heart. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
465:If you work diligently... without saying to yourself beforehand, 'I want to make this or that,' if you work as though you were making a pair of shoes, without artistic preoccupation, you will not always find you do well. But the days you least expect it, you will find a subject which holds its own with the work of those who have gone before. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
466:If one has such an encounter it is to be expected it will bring him into conflict, especially conflict with himself, because one sometimes literally does not know what to do or what not to do. But is this struggle and even the mistakes one may make, not better, and do they not develop us more than if we keep systematically away from emotions? ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
467:What has changed is that my life then was less difficult and my future seemingly less gloomy, but as far as my inner self, my way of looking at things and of thinking is concerned, that has not changed. But if there has indeed been a change, then it is that I think, believe and love more seriously now what I thought, believed and loved even then. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
468:Dan Murphy's diagnosis added Lia Lee to a distibguished line of epileptics that has inlcuded Soren Kierkegaard, Vincent van Gogh, Gustave Flaubert, Lewis Carroll, and Fyodor Dostoyevsky, all of whom, like many Hmong shamans, experienced powerful senses of grandeur and spiritiual passion during their seizures, and powerful creative urges in their wake. ~ Anne Fadiman,
469:One of the reasons why I have no regular job, and why I have not had a regular job for years, is quite simply that my ideas differ from those of the gentlemen who hand out the jobs to individuals who think as they do. It is not just a question of my appearance, which is what they have sanctimoniously reproached me with. It goes deeper, I do assure you. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
470:If one feels the need of something grand, something infinite, something that makes one feel aware of God, one need not go far to find it. I think that I see something deeper, more infinite, more eternal than the ocean in the expression of the eyes of a little baby when it wakes in the morning and coos or laughs because it sees the sun shining on its cradle. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
471:I see more and more that my work goes infinitely better when I am properly fed, and the paints are there, and the studio and all that... I wish I could manage to make you really understand that when you give money to artists, you are yourself doing an artist's work, and that I only want my pictures to be of such a quality that you will not be too dissatisfied with your work. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
472:Right here people might bring up Vincent van Gogh as an example of a painter who did great work in spite of—or because of—his suffering. I like to think that van Gogh would have been even more prolific and even greater if he wasn’t so restricted by the things tormenting him. I don’t think it was pain that made him so great—I think his painting brought him whatever happiness he had. ~ David Lynch,
473:Love is eternal -- the aspect may change, but not the essence. There is the same difference in a person before and after he is in love as there is in an unlighted lamp and one that is burning. The lamp was there and was a good lamp, but now it is shedding light too, and that is its real function. And love makes one calmer about many things, and that way, one is more fit for one's work. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
474:It is a sad and very melancholy scene, which must strike everyone who knows and feels that we also have to pass one day through the valley of the shadow of death, and “que la fin de la vie humaine, ce sont des larmes ou des cheveux blancs.” What lies beyond this is a great mystery that only God knows, but He has revealed absolutely through His word that there is a resurrection of the dead. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
475:I was certainly going the right way for a stroke when I left Paris. I paid for it nicely afterwards! When I stopped drinking, when I stopped smoking so much, when I began to think again instead of trying not to think - Good Lord, the depression and the prostration of it! Work in these magnificent natural surroundings (Arles) has restored my morale, but even now some efforts are too much for me: my strength fails me. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
476:The fields of clinical psychology and psychiatry exist specifically to help the emotionally unstable become more stable and lead happier, healthier lives. Unlike in the eras of Vincent Van Gogh and Abraham Lincoln, there is now professional help available for those who suffer from emotional illness. Treatment may require therapy or even medication, but hope is now available every single day in practically every city in the civilized world. ~ David J Lieberman,
477:At one time, the earth was supposed to be flat. Well, so it is, even today, from Paris to Asnieres. But that fact doesn't prevent science from proving that the earth as a whole is spherical. No one nowadays denies it. Well...we are still at the stage of believing that life itself is flat, the distance from birth to death. Yet the probability is that life, too, is spherical and much more extensive and capacious than the hemisphere we know. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
478:If you study Japanese art you see a man who is undoubtedly wise, philosophic and intelligent, who spends his time how? In studying the distance between the earth and the moon? No. In studying the policy of Bismarck? No. He studies a single blade of grass. But this blade of grass leads him to draw every plant and then the seasons, the wide aspects of the countryside, then animals, then the human figure. So he passes his life, and life is too short to do the whole. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
479:At present I absolutely want to paint a starry sky. It often seems to me that night is still more richly coloured than the day; having hues of the most intense violets, blues and greens. If only you pay attention to it you will see that certain stars are lemon-yellow, others pink or a green, blue and forget-me-not brilliance. And without my expatiating on this theme it is obvious that putting little white dots on the blue-black is not enough to paint a starry sky. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
480:At present I absolutely want to paint a starry sky. It often seems to me that night is still more richly coloured than the day; having hues of the most intense violets, blues and greens. If only you pay attention to it you will see that certain stars are lemon-yellow, others pink or a green, blue and forget-me-not brilliance. And without my expatiating on this theme it is obvious that putting little white dots on the blue-black is not enough to paint a starry sky. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
481:What I need is courage, and this often fails me. And it is also a fact that since my disease, when I am in the fields I am overwhelmed by a feeling of loneliness to such a horrible extent that I shy away from going out. But this will change all the same as time goes on. Only when I stand a painting before my easel do I feel somewhat alive. Never mind, this is going to change too, for now my health is so good that I suppose the physical part of me will gain the victory. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
482:It is true that every day has its own evil, and its good too. But how difficult must life be, especially farther on when the evil of each day increases as far as worldly things go, if it is not strengthened and comforted by faith. And in Christ all worldly things may become better, and, as it were, sanctified. Theo, woe is me if I do not preach the Gospel; if I did not aim at that and possess faith and hope in Christ, it would be bad for me indeed, but no I have some courage. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
483:All art is a gift. It is first of all a gift that the maker can do it. It is then a gift to someone else, whether they pay for it or not. The wonder of it is that we cannot get the production of these gifts stopped. Art is life seeking itself. It is our intractable expressions of love for the beauties, ideas and epiphanies we regularly find. I framed the painting. It's now hanging in our den. "I have walked this earth for 30 years, and, out of gratitude, want to leave some souvenir. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
484:Many people seem to think it foolish, even superstitious, to believe that the world could still change for the better. And it is true that in winter it is sometimes so bitingly cold that one is tempted to say, 'What do I care if there is a summer; its warmth is no help to me now.' Yes, evil often seems to surpass good. But then, in spite of us, and without our permission, there comes at last an end to the bitter frosts. One morning the wind turns, and there is a thaw. And so I must still have hope. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
485:Many people seem to think it foolish, even superstitious, to believe that the world could still change for the better. And it is true that in winter it is sometimes so bitingly cold that one is tempted to say, 'What do I care if there is a summer; its warmth is no help to me now.' Yes, evil often seems to surpass good. But then, in spite of us, and without our permission, there comes at last an end to the bitter frosts. One morning the wind turns, and there is a thaw. And so I must still have hope. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
486:There’s no question about it. The arts are an extremely high-risk situation. People are willing to take these extraordinary chances to become writers, musicians or painters, and because of them we have a culture. If this ever stops, our culture will die, because most of our culture, in fact, has been created by people that got paid nothing for it— People like Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent van Gogh or Mozart. So, yes, it’s a very foolish thing to do, notoriously foolish, but it seems human to attempt it anyway. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
487:There's no question about it. The arts are an extremely high-risk situation. People are willing to take these extraordinary chances to become writers, musicians or painters, and because of them we have a culture. If this ever stops, our culture will die, because most of our culture, in fact, has been created by people that got paid nothing for it-- People like Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent van Gogh or Mozart. So, yes, it's a very foolish thing to do, notoriously foolish, but it seems human to attempt it anyway. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
488:It must be a good thing to die conscious of having performed some real good, and to know that by this work one will live, at least in the memory of some, and will have left a good example to those that come after. A work that is good-it may not be eternal, but the thought expressed in it is, and the work itself will certainly remain in existence for a long, long time; and if afterwards others arise, they can do no better than follow in the footsteps of such predecessors and do their work in the same way. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
489:Just slap anything on when you see a blank canvas staring you in the face like some imbecile. You don't know how paralyzing that is, that stare of a blank canvas is, which says to the painter, ‘You can't do a thing’. The canvas has an idiotic stare and mesmerizes some painters so much that they turn into idiots themselves. Many painters are afraid in front of the blank canvas, but the blank canvas is afraid of the real, passionate painter who dares and who has broken the spell of `you can't' once and for all. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
490:There may be a time in life when one is tired of everything and feels as if all one does is wrong, and there maybe some truth in it- do you think this is a feeling one must try to forget and to banish, or is it 'the longing for God,' which one must not fear, but cherish to see if it may bring us some good? Is it 'the longing for God' which leads us to make a choice which we never regret? Let us keep courage and try to be patient and gentle. And not mind being eccentric, and make distinction between good and evil. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
491:If only we try to live sincerely, it will go well with us, even though we are certain to experience real sorrow, and great disappointments, and also will probably commit great faults and do wrong things, but it certainly is true, thatit is better to be high-spirited, even though one makes more mistakes, than to be narrow-minded and all too prudent. It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love, is well done. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
492:But I must work on in full calmness and serenity... The world concerns me only in so far as I feel a certain debt and duty towards it, because I have walked on the earth for thirty years, and out of gratitude want to leave some souvenir in the shape of drawings or pictures, not made to please a certain tendency in art, but to express a sincere human feeling. So this work is the aim-and through concentration upon that one idea, everything one does is simplified. Now the work goes slowly-a reason the more to lose no time. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
493:Of course my moods change, but the average is serenity. I have a firm faith in art, a firm confidence in its being a powerful stream which carries a man to a harbor, though he himself must do his bit too; at all events, I think it such a great blessing when a man has found his work that I cannot count myself among the unfortunate. I mean, I may be in certain relatively great difficulties, and there may be gloomy days in my life, but I shouldn't like to be counted among the unfortunate, nor would it be correct if I were. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
494:It constantly remains a source of disappointment to me that my drawings are not yet what I want them to be. The difficulties are indeed numerous and great, and cannot be overcome at once. To make progress is a kind of miner’s work; it doesn’t advance as quickly as one would like, and as others also expect, but as one stands before such a task, the basic necessities are patience and faithfulness. In fact, I do not think much about the difficulties, because if one thought of them too much one would get stunned or disturbed. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
495:It is frequently the tragedy of the great artist for example Vincent Van Gogh, as it is of the great scientist, that he frightens the ordinary man. If he is more than a popular story-teller it may take humanity a generation to absorb and grow accustomed to the new geography with which the scientist or artist presents us. Even then, perhaps only the more imaginative and literate may accept him. Subconsciously the genius is feared as an image breaker; frequently he does not accept the opinions of the mass, or man's opinion of himself. ~ Loren Eiseley,
496:I must continue to follow the path I take now. If I do nothing, if I study nothing, if I cease searching, then, woe is me, I am lost. That is how I look at it — keep going, keep going come what may. But what is your final goal, you may ask. That goal will become clearer, will emerge slowly but surely, much as the rough draught turns into a sketch, and the sketch into a painting through the serious work done on it, through the elaboration of the original vague idea and through the consolidation of the first fleeting and passing thought. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
497:Christ alone, of all the philosophers, magicians, etc., has affirmed eternal life as the most important certainty, the infinity of time, the futility of death, the necessity and purpose of serenity and devotion. He lived serenely, as an artist greater than all other artists, scorning marble and clay and paint, working in the living flesh. In other words, this peerless artist, scarcely conceivable with the blunt instrument of our modern, nervous and obtuse brains, made neither statues nor paintings nor books. He maintained in no uncertain terms that he made ... living men, immortals. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
498:I believe that it may happen that one will succeed, and one must not begin to despair, even though defeated here and there; and even though one sometimes feels a kind of decay, though things go differently from the expected, it is necessary to take heart again and new courage. For the great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together. And great things are not something accidental, but must certainly be willed. What is drawing? How does one learn it? It is working through an invisible iron wall that seems to stand between what one feels and what one can do. ~ Vincent Van Gogh,
499:Those who love much, do much and accomplish much, and whatever is done with love is done well.... Love is the best and noblest thing in the human heart, especially when it is tested by life as gold is tested by fire. Happy is he who has loved much, and although he may have wavered and doubted, he has kept that divine spark alive and returned to what was in the beginning and ever shall be.

If only one keeps loving faithfully what is truly worth loving and does not squander one's love on trivial and insignificant and meaningless things then one will gradually obtain more light and grow stronger. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
500:If we think of the great contributions made to human society, they were all made by people that were free to do whatever they wanted, but used the freedom to create. Vincent Van Gogh wasn’t obligated to paint; he freely chose it. He struggled early in his life seeking work: “One of the reasons why I’m now without a position, why I’ve been without a position for years, it’s quite simply because I have different ideas from these gentlemen who give positions to individuals who think like them.” Imagine someone telling Steve Jobs that he had to design a new phone. Given that sense of obligation, he likely would have just made a slightly better Blackberry. ~ Taylor Pearson,
501:What am I in the eyes of most people — a nonentity, an eccentric, or an unpleasant person — somebody who has no position in society and will never have; in short, the lowest of the low. All right, then — even if that were absolutely true, then I should one day like to show by my work what such an eccentric, such a nobody, has in his heart. That is my ambition, based less on resentment than on love in spite of everything, based more on a feeling of serenity than on passion. Though I am often in the depths of misery, there is still calmness, pure harmony and music inside me. I see paintings or drawings in the poorest cottages, in the dirtiest corners. And my mind is driven towards these things with an irresistible momentum. ~ Vincent van Gogh,
502:The Starry Night
That does not keep me from having a terrible need of - shall I say the word religion. Then I go out at night to paint the stars.
- Vincent Van Gogh in a letter to his brother
The town does not exist
except where one black-haired tree slips
up like a drowned woman into the hot sky.
The town is silent. The night boils with eleven stars.
Oh starry night! This is how
I want to die.
It moves. They are all alive.
Even the moon bulges in its orange irons
to push children, like a god, from its eye.
The old unseen serpent swallows up the stars.
Oh starry starry night! This is how
I want to die:
into that rushing beast of the night,
sucked up by that great dragon, to split
from my life with no flag,
no belly,
no cry.
~ Anne Sexton,
503:Vincent van Gogh committed suicide when he was only thirty-three. It was impossible to live; he could not earn a single cent. His brother used to give him money, but just enough to exist, to survive. He needed money to paint—for the canvas and the colors and the brushes. So this was his arrangement: He used to get money every Sunday for one week, so every week for three days he would eat and for four days he would fast, so that money could be saved to purchase canvases, colors, and other things that he needed. To me, van Gogh’s fasting is far more significant than all the fasts that have been done by your so-called saints. This fasting has something beautiful in it, something spiritual in it. When your so-called saints go on a fast, it is a means; they are fasting so that they can reach heaven and enjoy all the heavenly joys. But van Gogh’s fasting has a totally different quality to it: It is his love to create. And ~ Osho,
504:Naturally, I have no heroes: I am my heroes. I am my brothers and sisters. I feel myself joined by the soul with all beauty. My heart sings with every brave endeavour. With the strange wings of impossible butterflies, with every rock that breathes life into the world. I stand shoulder to shoulder with all denouncers of meanness. I honour spirit and faith and uphold the glorious amateur. I'm in love with desperate men with desperate hands, walking in second-hand shoes searching for God and hearing God and hating God. I'm a desperate man, buckled with fear, I am a desperate man who demands to be listened to, who demands to connect. I'm a desperate man who denounces the dullness of money and status. I'm a desperate man who will not bow down to accolade or success. I'm a desperate man who loves the simplicity of painting and hates galleries and white walls and the dealers in art. Who loves unreasonableness and hotheadedness, who loves contradiction, hates publishing houses and also I am Vincent Van Gogh, Hiroshige and every living artist who dares to draw God on this planet. ~ Billy Childish,

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   1 Christianity






Book of Genesis, #The Bible, #Anonymous, #Various
  The Book of Genesis is the subject of many artistic endeavors; the painting of Joseph's dream of the sun, moon, and eleven stars in Genesis 37:9 by Vincent van Gogh entitled "Starry Night" in 1889 is one of the most famous.
  The following Scripture is the Authorized King James Version of the Holy Bible, now in the public domain, and the New International Version. King James I commissioned a group of Biblical scholars in 1604 to establish an authoritative translation of the Bible from the ancient languages and other translations at the time, and the work was completed in 1611. The original King James Bible included the Apocrypha but in a separate section. A literary masterpiece of the English language, the original King James Bible is still in use today. Scripture taken from the Holy Bible, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION. Copyright 1973, 1978, 1984 Biblica - The International Bible Society. All rights reserved throughout the world. Used by permission of Biblica - The International Bible Society. Chapters 5 and 12-50 are from the King James Bible, and Chapters 1-4 and 6-11 are the NIV version.

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1. van Gogh, Vincent van Gogh, Gogh ::: (Dutch Post-impressionist painter noted for his use of color (1853-1890))


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Sense 1
van Gogh, Vincent van Gogh, Gogh
   INSTANCE OF=> painter
     => artist, creative person
       => creator
         => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
           => organism, being
             => living thing, animate thing
               => whole, unit
                 => object, physical object
                   => physical entity
                     => entity
           => causal agent, cause, causal agency
             => physical entity
               => entity


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Sense 1
van Gogh, Vincent van Gogh, Gogh
   INSTANCE OF=> painter




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Sense 1
van Gogh, Vincent van Gogh, Gogh
  -> painter
   => abstractionist, abstract artist
   => colorist
   => cubist
   => dauber
   => distortionist
   => Fauve, fauvist
   => genre painter
   => impressionist
   => landscapist
   => miniaturist
   => muralist
   => oil painter
   => old master
   => pointillist
   => portraitist, portrait painter, portrayer, limner
   => Postimpressionist, Post-impressionist
   => realist
   => scenic artist, scene painter
   => watercolorist, watercolourist
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What's Happening Now!! (1985 - 1988) - This sitcom is the follow-up to the popular ABC series in the 70's. Raj is newly married and trying to write while his two buddies, Rerun and Dwayne are sharing a bachelor apartment. Rerun is working as a used car salesman while Dwayne is a computer programmer. This syndicated program was on the air...
Ragewar(1985) - A computer programmer/enthusiast Paul Bradford (Jeffery Byron), and his girlfriend Gwen (Leslie Wing), get sucked into another world where a sorcerer named Mestema, known as "The Dungeonmaster" (Richard Moll), has them interact in seven different scenarios/riddles to see who can survive. They must f...
Sidekicks(1992) - Barry is an asthmatic kid having trouble in life. He lives with his father, a computer programmer, in Texas. Barry is struggling to get by in life, dealing with his rough school life, bullies, as well as his health. Barry's only source of enjoyment is fantasizing that he is with Chuck Norris. Barry...
Bartok the Magnificent(1999) - Ace animator Don Bluth directed this direct-to-video follow-up to his 1997 hit Anastasia, concentrating on the adventures of Bartok the Albino Bat (voice of Hank Azaria). Bartok and his best friend, Zozi the Bear (voice of Kelsey Grammer), are now making their way as street performers, but they find...
Goldeneye(1995) - Bond, while on holiday, meets the beautiful but deadly Xenia Onatopp, a member of a Russia mafia group and attempts to stop Xenia and another person taking the 'Tiger' helicopter, a new design and protected against any form of jamming. Meanwhile, Natalya Siminova, a Russian computer programmer is sh...
Dance 'Til Dawn(1988) - Another of the many NBC made for tv comedies featuring stars(Christina Applegate,Alyssa Milano,Kelsey Grammer,Alan Thicke) of then popular 80's sitcoms.This movie revolves around the ups and downs that teenagers,and their adult chaperons,face during an all night prom.
Down Periscope(1996) - Lt. Cmdr Tom Dodge (Kelsey Grammer) is one of the Navy's best, even if he is a bit unconventional. But to take command of his own ship, he must first prove himself in simulated combat. Dodge is shocked when he's put in command of the rusty and outdated USS Stingray. His crew consists of the Navy's w...
ThrillKill(1984) - Karlie (Diana Reis)is a computer programmer who hacks into bank accounts and amasses a fortune of 5 million dollars.The company Karlie works for wants the money so they have her killed.Karlie's stewardess sister Bobbi(Gina Massey) teams up with a detective(Robin Ward) to find Karlie's killer and the...
Antitrust(2001) - A computer programmer's dream job at a hot Portland-based firm turns nightmarish when he discovers his boss has a secret and ruthless means of dispatching anti-trust problems.
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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018) ::: 7.2/10 -- TV-MA | 1h 30min | Drama, Fantasy, Mystery | TV Movie 28 December 2018 -- A young programmer starts to question reality when he adapts a mad writer's fantasy novel into a video game. Director: David Slade Writer: Charlie Brooker
Ex Machina (2014) ::: 7.7/10 -- R | 1h 48min | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller | 24 April 2015 (USA) -- A young programmer is selected to participate in a ground-breaking experiment in synthetic intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a highly advanced humanoid A.I. Director: Alex Garland Writer:
Faults (2014) ::: 6.7/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 29min | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 6 March 2015 (USA) -- A cult deprogrammer must help a couple whose daughter has recently joined a cult. Director: Riley Stearns Writer: Riley Stearns
Person of Interest ::: TV-14 | 43min | Action, Crime, Drama | TV Series (20112016) -- An ex-CIA agent and a wealthy programmer save lives via a surveillance AI that sends them the identities of civilians involved in impending crimes. However, the details of the crimes, including the civilians' roles, are left a mystery. Creator:
Person of Interest ::: TV-14 | 43min | Action, Crime, Drama | TV Series (2011-2016) Episode Guide 103 episodes Person of Interest Poster -- An ex-CIA agent and a wealthy programmer save lives via a surveillance AI that sends them the identities of civilians involved in impending crimes. However, the details of the crimes, including the civilians' roles, are left a mystery. Creator:
The Pentagon Wars (1998) ::: 7.3/10 -- R | 1h 44min | Comedy, War | TV Movie 28 February 1998 -- Story of a cover up in the military. Director: Richard Benjamin Writers: James Burton (book), Jamie Malanowski (teleplay) | 1 more credit Stars: Kelsey Grammer, Cary Elwes, Viola Davis
Videodrome (1983) ::: 7.2/10 -- R | 1h 27min | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller | 4 February 1983 (USA) -- A programmer at a TV station that specializes in adult entertainment searches for the producers of a dangerous and bizarre broadcast. Director: David Cronenberg Writer: David Cronenberg
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Battle Programmer Shirase -- -- AIC -- 15 eps -- Original -- Comedy Ecchi Sci-Fi -- Battle Programmer Shirase Battle Programmer Shirase -- Battle Programmer Shirase, also known as BPS, is a free programmer with super hacking abilities who doesn't work for money. What he does work for is certainly something that only people like him would appreciate. But, his demeanor certainly doesn't suit the jobs he is hired for. With the evil King of America causing trouble via the internet, Shirase is nothing but busy as each new adventure brings even more interesting people into the picture. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Maiden Japan -- TV - Oct 4, 2003 -- 30,537 6.93
Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku -- -- Connect, SILVER LINK. -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Adventure Fantasy Harem -- Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku -- Ichirou Suzuki, a programmer nearing his thirties, is drowning in work. Worn out, he eventually has a chance to catch up on sleep, only to wake up and discover himself in a fantasy RPG world, which is mashed together from the games he was debugging in reality. In this new place, he realizes that not only has his appearance changed to a younger version of himself, but his name has also changed to Satou, a nickname he used while running beta tests on games. -- -- However, before Satou can fully grasp his situation, an army of lizardmen launch an assault on him. Forced to cast a powerful spell in retaliation, Satou wipes them out completely and his level is boosted to 310, effectively maximizing his stats. Now, as a high-leveled adventurer armed with a plethora of skills and no way to return to reality, Satou sets out to explore this magical new world. -- -- 350,234 6.51
Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon -- -- Kyoto Animation -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Fantasy -- Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon -- As Kobayashi sets off for another day at work, she opens her apartment door only to be met by an unusually frightening sight—the head of a dragon, staring at her from across the balcony. The dragon immediately transforms into a cute, busty, and energetic young girl dressed in a maid outfit, introducing herself as Tooru. -- -- It turns out that the stoic programmer had come across the dragon the previous night on a drunken excursion to the mountains, and since the mythical beast had nowhere else to go, she had offered the creature a place to stay in her home. Thus, Tooru had arrived to cash in on the offer, ready to repay her savior's kindness by working as her personal maidservant. Though deeply regretful of her words and hesitant to follow through on her promise, a mix of guilt and Tooru's incredible dragon abilities convinces Kobayashi to take the girl in. -- -- Despite being extremely efficient at her job, the maid's unorthodox methods of housekeeping often end up horrifying Kobayashi and at times bring more trouble than help. Furthermore, the circumstances behind the dragon's arrival on Earth seem to be much more complicated than at first glance, as Tooru bears some heavy emotions and painful memories. To top it all off, Tooru's presence ends up attracting several other mythical beings to her new home, bringing in a host of eccentric personalities. Although Kobayashi makes her best effort to handle the crazy situation that she has found herself in, nothing has prepared her for this new life with a dragon maid. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 826,046 8.01
New Game! -- -- Doga Kobo -- 12 eps -- 4-koma manga -- Game Slice of Life Comedy -- New Game! New Game! -- Since childhood, Aoba Suzukaze has loved the Fairies Story game series, particularly the character designs. So when she graduates from high school, it is no surprise that she applies to work at Eagle Jump, the company responsible for making her favorite video game. On her first day, she is excited to learn that she will be working on a new installment to the series: Fairies Story 3—and even more so under Kou Yagami, the lead character designer. -- -- In their department are people who share the same passion for games. There is Yun Iijima, whose specialty is designing monsters; the shy Hifumi Takimoto, who prefers to communicate through instant messaging; Hajime Shinoda, an animation team member with an impressive figurine collection; Rin Tooyama, the orderly art director; Shizuku Hazuki, the game director who brings her cat to work; and Umiko Ahagon, the short-tempered head programmer. -- -- New Game! follows Aoba and the others on their adventure through the ups and downs of game making, from making the perfect character design to fixing all the errors that will inevitably accumulate in the process. -- -- 346,352 7.60
New Game! -- -- Doga Kobo -- 12 eps -- 4-koma manga -- Game Slice of Life Comedy -- New Game! New Game! -- Since childhood, Aoba Suzukaze has loved the Fairies Story game series, particularly the character designs. So when she graduates from high school, it is no surprise that she applies to work at Eagle Jump, the company responsible for making her favorite video game. On her first day, she is excited to learn that she will be working on a new installment to the series: Fairies Story 3—and even more so under Kou Yagami, the lead character designer. -- -- In their department are people who share the same passion for games. There is Yun Iijima, whose specialty is designing monsters; the shy Hifumi Takimoto, who prefers to communicate through instant messaging; Hajime Shinoda, an animation team member with an impressive figurine collection; Rin Tooyama, the orderly art director; Shizuku Hazuki, the game director who brings her cat to work; and Umiko Ahagon, the short-tempered head programmer. -- -- New Game! follows Aoba and the others on their adventure through the ups and downs of game making, from making the perfect character design to fixing all the errors that will inevitably accumulate in the process. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Crunchyroll, Funimation -- 346,352 7.60
Onegai☆Twins -- -- Daume -- 12 eps -- Original -- Comedy Drama Harem School Sci-Fi -- Onegai☆Twins Onegai☆Twins -- Maiku Kamishiro's past has always been somewhat of a mystery to him. The only clue he has to who his family might be is an old photograph showing two young children, a boy and a girl, playing in a small pool outside of a blue house. In an attempt to find his family, he moves to this blue house and begins working as a programmer. He's living a comfortable life until the day two very different girls show up at his door, both in possession of the same photograph, and both claiming to be his twin. With no way to prove who is a relative and who is a stranger, Maiku allows both girls to move in with him until they know for sure. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment, Nozomi Entertainment -- TV - Jul 15, 2003 -- 78,787 6.87
Onegai☆Twins -- -- Daume -- 12 eps -- Original -- Comedy Drama Harem School Sci-Fi -- Onegai☆Twins Onegai☆Twins -- Maiku Kamishiro's past has always been somewhat of a mystery to him. The only clue he has to who his family might be is an old photograph showing two young children, a boy and a girl, playing in a small pool outside of a blue house. In an attempt to find his family, he moves to this blue house and begins working as a programmer. He's living a comfortable life until the day two very different girls show up at his door, both in possession of the same photograph, and both claiming to be his twin. With no way to prove who is a relative and who is a stranger, Maiku allows both girls to move in with him until they know for sure. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- TV - Jul 15, 2003 -- 78,787 6.87
Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo -- -- J.C.Staff -- 24 eps -- Light novel -- Slice of Life Comedy Drama Romance School -- Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo -- When abandoned kittens and his good conscience force second year Sorata Kanda to move into Suimei High School’s infamous Sakura Hall, the satellite dorm and its eccentric, misfit residents turn his life upside down. The decidedly average Sorata finds it difficult to fit in with the bizarre collection of dorm residents like Misaki, an energetic animator; Jin, a playwright playboy; Ryuunosuke, a reclusive programmer; and Chihiro, the dorm manager, art teacher, and party girl. -- -- Sorata's friend Nanami, a second year student and aspiring voice actress, pushes him to find new owners for the many cats so that he can quickly move back into the regular dorms. However, his desire to escape Sakura Hall wavers when the pet-like and infantile second year Mashiro Shiina, a world-class artistic savant looking to become a mangaka, transfers in during the spring trimester and quickly latches onto him. -- -- Supported by each other's quirks, Sorata and Mashiro come out of their shells and trigger change in the lives of those around them. Based on the light novel series of the same name, Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo explores the fine threads connecting talent, hard work, romance, and friendship with its ensemble cast. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 965,451 8.17
Stella no Mahou -- -- SILVER LINK. -- 12 eps -- 4-koma manga -- Game Slice of Life Comedy School -- Stella no Mahou Stella no Mahou -- Upon enrolling in high school, Tamaki Honda joins a club for making doujin games known as the SNS Club. Joined by programmer Shiina, writer Ayame, and composer Kayo, Tamaki begins working as an illustrator for the club's next game. -- -- (Source: Wikipedia) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 34,275 6.86
Subete ga F ni Naru -- -- A-1 Pictures -- 11 eps -- Novel -- Sci-Fi Mystery Psychological -- Subete ga F ni Naru Subete ga F ni Naru -- In a research facility hidden away on a remote island, genius programmer Shiki Magata has lived as a recluse for years. She rarely sees guests, but associate professor Souhei Saikawa and university student Moe Nishinosono still seek her out. However, their meeting is cut short when they are caught up in a locked-room murder mystery. -- -- Everything is not as it seems, and many secrets are hidden. Within an isolated facility, a seemingly impossible and gruesome crime takes place, and Saikawa and Moe must unravel the truth behind the murder and Magata's shrouded past. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 141,702 7.27
Tantei Gakuen Q -- -- Studio Pierrot -- 45 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama Mystery Police Shounen -- Tantei Gakuen Q Tantei Gakuen Q -- Kyuu is your average boy with a knack for logic and reasoning. Desiring to become a detective, he finds out about the existence of the Dan Detective School (DDS); a famed school where students are allowed to bear arms. Together with Megu, a girl with photographic memory, the martial arts master Kinta, the genius programmer Kazuma and the mysterious Ryuu, Kyuu tackles many well planned out crimes, always seeking the truth. -- TV - Apr 15, 2003 -- 28,923 7.76
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