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Van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

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Any pool players out there? I couldn’t imagine Vincent van Gogh playing a game of 9-ball, or doing trick shots to impress the ladies, but weirder things have happened. Like the fact that no one thought he spent time designing his paintings (my younger self included). But after today’s analyzed painting, you’ll see that he didn’t just paint from intuition and slap paint on the canvas. He planned it out and laid the foundation to his masterpiece. You know, every time I do an analyzed painting I remain unbiased and skeptical until I find the proof I’m looking for. Proof that this master, or any master, used these techniques to create visual impact that would resonate forever.

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