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Vincent Van Gogh: ANALYZED PAINTING #6

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Today we are going to be taking a close look at another remarkable painting boy Vincent Van Gogh. This painting is called “The Red Vineyard” and it is said to be the only painting he ever sold in his lifetime. We’ll dig deep into this masterpiece and reveal all of the masterful design techniques he used, the dynamic symmetry, and his color hierarchy (see Day #470). Let’s get into it!

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