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Van Gogh painting stolen from museum shuttered by pandemic

A painting by Vincent van Gogh was stolen during the early hours of Monday morning from a Dutch museum that is currently closed due the coronavirus pandemic.
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Van Gogh swiped last night during museum smash-and-grab

Last night some asshole smashed a glass door at the Singer Laren museum near Amsterdam and stole Vincent van Gogh's oil painting “The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring 1884." The museum has been closed due to COVID-19. From the Associated Press: The value of the (10" x 22") work, which was on loan from the Groninger Museum in the northern Dutch city of Groningen, was not immediately known. Van Gogh’s paintings, when they rarely come up for sale, fetch millions at auction... A team...
Tags: Art, Post, News, Museums, Amsterdam, Art Theft, Crimes, Criminals, Van Gogh, Groningen, Vincent Van Gogh, Groninger Museum, Nuenen, Laren, COVID, Parsonage Garden


16 Aesthetically Pleasing Puzzles and Games to Play at Home

From a pie-shaped jigsaw to an artist-designed chess set, good, analog fun that hones — and frees — the mind.
Tags: Art, News, Puzzles, Man, Christian, Museum of Modern Art, Richard, Chess, Van Gogh, Vincent, Ray, Keith, McGuire, LaCroix, Arakawa, Haring


Early van Gogh Painting Stolen From Dutch Museum

“The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring” was the only thing missing after a heist near Amsterdam. Whoever was behind the theft made the move on the artist’s birthday, knowingly or not.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Van Gogh, Vincent, Groninger Museum, Nuenen, Robberies and Thefts, Laren, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Parsonage Garden, The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring, Singer Laren, Andreas Bluhm


Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum

Thieves have stolen the £5m Parsonage Garden at Neunen in Spring by the famous artist from the Singer Laren museumA painting by Vincent van Gogh with an estimated value of up to £5m has been stolen from a Dutch museum currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.The thieves took Van Gogh’s Parsonage Garden at Neunen in Spring after smashing through the front glass door of the Singer Laren museum, in Laren, at around 3.15am on Sunday morning. No other art is believed to be missing. Continue r...
Tags: Art, Europe, Painting, Netherlands, Van Gogh, Vincent Van Gogh, Laren, Parsonage Garden, Neunen


Thieves Steal Van Gogh From Museum Closed Because Of Virus

The Singer Laren museum, just outside the Dutch capital city of Amsterdam, said van Gogh’s “The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring” was stolen in an overnight raid. The painting — created in 1884 by the Dutch master, according to Reuters — was on loan from another Dutch institution, the Groninger Museum in the city of Groningen. – CNN
Tags: Art, Amsterdam, Van Gogh, Visual, Reuters, Gogh, Nuenen, Laren, 03.30.20, Parsonage Garden


Van Gogh Painting Stolen Amid Coronavirus Shutdown, Museum Director ‘Incredibly Pissed’

On Monday, a Dutch museum announced that a painting by Vincent Van Gogh was missing after thieves broke into the building in an early-morning raid. Lentetuin, painted by Van Gogh in the spring of 1884, was on loan to the Singer Laren museum, which closed its doors earlier this month due to the risks of covid-19.Read more...
Tags: Art, Science, The Netherlands, Heists, Van Gogh, Vincent Van Gogh, Art Heist, Coronavirus, Lentetuin


Van Gogh painting stolen from museum shuttered by Covid-19 pandemic

A painting by Vincent van Gogh was stolen overnight from a Dutch museum that is currently closed due the coronavirus pandemic.
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Van Gogh painting Spring Garden stolen from Dutch museum

Thieves broke into a museum that is shut because of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Tarotscopes That Slay: New moon in Aries

I am writing this to you from my at-home sanctuary that my husband and I lovingly call the “spirit room”. It’s just the second bedroom in our tiny two-bedroom Los Angeles bungalow but it’s also a vortex for healing and love. I am gazing out the window at the bougainvillea in full bloom, creeping along the dark green fence that separates me from my neighbor. If I lean a little to the left I can see the giant cactus that I planted from a trimming my friend Michelle gave me years ago. The sky is a...
Tags: Justice, Life, India, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Earth, Egypt, Hawaii, Truth, Horoscopes, Libra, Aries, Astrology, Pisces, Van Gogh, Ad Friendly


The Criterion Channel Announces One-Year Anniversary Lineup

The Criterion Channel announces one-year anniversary lineup To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the launch of The Criterion Channel, the network has unveiled its lineup of programming set to debut in April, which will include the 1978 animated adaptation of the Richard Adams novel Watership Down and an expansion of the Columbia Noir collection from the channel’s original launch! RELATED: Showtime Offering Free 30-Day Trial For New Users Wednesday, April 1  Toshiro Mifune Turns 100 Fea...
Tags: Extras, Movies, Movie News, Streaming, The Criterion Channel


Von Museum bis Unterwasserwelt: Virtuelle Touren, die du jetzt machen kannst

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah Man nennt es nicht ohne Grund World Wide Web. Es gibt unendlich viel Content, in dem wir uns in der Zeit des Social Distancing verlieren können. Unzählige Podcasts, Hörbücher, Onlinemagazine, Filme und Serien warten nur darauf, von uns entdeckt zu werden. Es gibt virtuelle Chaträume, um mit anderen in Kontakt zu bleiben und Online-Kurse, die wie belegen können. Und mit der Hilfe von Drohnen, Kameras und Augmented-Reality-Tools kannst du jeder Zeit einen vi...
Tags: Google, Utah, Fashion, Music, London, Berlin, New York City, Alaska, Paris, Tate Modern, Van Gogh, Louvre, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Tipps, Kontakt, Tate


Stop smoking to reduce health risks & possibly your taxes

How are you feeling? That's the question everyone is asking themselves, family and friends as we adapt to the changes forced upon us by the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing — limiting your interactions with others, either at work or in recreational (remember those?) settings — is the new norm. For the introverted hubby and me, it's simply our norm. We both work from home and don't go out much. We used to joke that our self-imposed isolation works against us when we do venture into the wi...
Tags: Taxes, Agi, Irs, IRC, Van Gogh, TCJA, Internal Revenue Code IRC


Atelier des Lumieres: Monet, Renoir…Chagall

Last Thursday was the press day for the newest Atelier des Lumieres spectacle, Monet, Renoir…Chagall.   The two previous shows, Klimt in 2018, and Van Gogh in 2019, were smash hits, selling out on many dates.   Notice the … after Renoir, and before Chagall. The reason is because, a range of important artists who painted in between the time of Monet, Renoir and Chagall are shown during the spectacle including Matisse, Andre Derain, Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, and Raoul Dufy.   ...
Tags: Travel, Events, Paris, Janis Joplin, Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, PAUL, Debussy, Raoul Dufy, Ravel, Klimt, Modigliani, Chagall, Museums/Galleries/Exhibits, Richard Nahem


Van Gogh’s Sunflowers Quarantined in Tokyo

Van Gogh’s Sunflowers are currently being held in quarantine in Japan, after part of a traveling exhibition of works was held due to museum closures in the country. “We are consulting closely with our partners … we hope that the exhibition will be able to open on 17 March 2020, or as soon as possible after that,” a statement from […]
Tags: Art, Japan, News, Tokyo, Van Gogh, Art News, Minipost


Hidden Away review - makes a rich, heavy meal of a biopic of feral Italian painter

This account of the tough, troubled life of naive artist Antonio Liguabue boasts a committed performance from actor Elio GermanoGeorgio Diritti has directed a lovely-looking and fervent film about the life of the 20th-century naive artist Antonio Ligabue, who suffered poverty and mental illness throughout his life but whose fierce, primitive, impassioned studies and sculptures of animals and human portraits made him celebrated in his own day as an authentic unschooled genius, and an object of cu...
Tags: Art, Europe, Film, Painting, World news, Culture, Art and design, Italy, Festivals, Biopics, Berlin Film Festival, Sacha Baron Cohen, Van Gogh, Daniel Auteuil, Daniel Day Lewis, Ligabue


Into the Black Forest With the Greatest Living Artist

How does Anselm Kiefer conjure such brutal beauty, such overwhelming gravity? To find out, the novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard followed him back to the source.
Tags: Art, News, France, Sculpture, Anselm Kiefer, Van Gogh, Vincent, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Kiefer, Anselm, Black Forest (Germany


Is it too late even to try to understand Joe Biden's calling a woman a "lying dog-faced pony soldier," or is this nothing but an absurd epitaph on a dead political campaign?

ADDED: Here's my reaction, and I have not looked at much of the commentary. I think Biden believes he's lovable, and he can kid in a silly way and people will know it's all in good fun. I don't know why he thinks he can swing around so freely when he's trying to gain the deep trust needed to be President, but I don't know why anyone pushing 80 thinks he can be President or why a grown man in politics thinks he can nuzzle and sniff at the hair of young girls other than to think he thinks he's Joe...
Tags: Law, Joe Biden, Dancing, Language, Ballet, Biden, Roseanne Barr, Vanity Fair, Joaquin Phoenix, Van Gogh, Joe, Trump, Degas, Dogg, Roseanne, Feminine Beauty


Watch Kirk Douglas on the Dick Cavett show in 1992

The recently departed Kirk Douglas was 75 when he appeared on The Dick Cavett show to promote his autobiography. Douglas told Cavett that his friend John Wayne thought he was a "sissy" for playing Van Gogh in Lust for Life. "Kirk, how can you play this sniveling weakling who commits suicide," Wayne told Douglas after they watched a screening of the movie together. Douglas also told Cavett that Brando ruined many actors who tried to imitate Brando, who was, of course, inimitable. All in all, D...
Tags: Video, Movies, News, John Wayne, Dick Cavett, Van Gogh, Douglas, Wayne, Kirk, Cavett, Kirk Douglas, Brando


Van Go? Van Gof? Experts say they're all wrong

How do you pronounce "Van Gogh"? You're probably saying it wrong, according to insiders at the launch of an interactive exhibition on the artist in London.
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Van Go? Van Gof? Van Gog? They're all wrong, Van Gogh experts say

How do you pronounce "Van Gogh"? You're probably saying it wrong, according to insiders at the launch of an interactive exhibition on the artist in London.
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‘The Scream’ Is Fading. New Research Reveals Why.

The art world is increasingly turning to scientific analysis of pigments to find out how time has changed some famous paintings.
Tags: Art, News, Color, Research, Museums, Mass, Van Gogh, Munch, Vincent, Munch Museum, Laboratories and Scientific Equipment, Oslo (Norway, Jennifer L, Edvard, Scientific Analysis of Fine Art, The Scream


this was a good week

This was a good week. Here’s why:• There were a lot of good things that happened this week, I had two wonderful chais at a great coffeehouse that helps fight human trafficking, and a good friend flies in today to spend the weekend with our family.• Do you think in full sentences? Or in images? I was surprised to learn that some people don’t think in sentences — my brain won’t shut up!• I love this artist’s images that s...
Tags: Photography, Elton John, Van Gogh, This Was A Good Week, Kenton Chen


River cruise in Provence, France

If you’ve long been curious to explore France’s storied southeastern region — from the lavender-filled fields of Provence to the hilly wine country near Lyon — consider doing so by boat. A Rhône river cruise gives you time to shop at bustling farmers markets, marvel at medieval palaces, and meander through vineyards while getting you to your next location by night. Rather than fretting about early check-outs, train schedules in French, or car travel down small winding roads, you can sleep in ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Rome, Marseille, Paris, Nice, Emerald, Lyon, Avignon, Mediterranean, Provence, Arles, Van Gogh, River Cruise, All


Remembering Kirk Douglas, One of the Last Surviving Links to Old Hollywood

You could draw a caricature of his face with little more than a hearty stroke for the jawline and a few exclamatory dots: two for the piercing eyes and one for that magnificent, trademark dimple. Kirk Douglas, who died on Feb. 5 at age 103, defined the ideal manly-man persona of the 1950s, often giving electrically appealing performances while playing less-than-exemplary characters. Douglas’s most famous role may be that of the slave who became a rebel leader in ancient Rome, in Stanley Kub...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Navy, Uncategorized, Rome, Remembrance, Broadway, Stanley Kubrick, Kubrick, Spartacus, Lauren Bacall, Van Gogh, Michael Douglas, Douglas, Tony Curtis, Brian De Palma


Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum Is Hugely Popular. Here Are The Challenges As A New Director Takes Over

The museum is highly dependent on the tourist market. A huge 85% of its visitors are from abroad, many of whom come during the summer season. In the Netherlands, Van Gogh is widely regarded as a “tourist artist”. The challenge for Gordenker will be to woo more Dutch visitors, particularly during the winter. She also feels it is important to make the museum more inclusive, attracting young and old and those from the substantial immigrant community in the Netherlands. – The Art Newspaper ...
Tags: Art, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Van Gogh, Visual, Gordenker, 01.31.20


Van Gogh Museum Acquires Degas Pastel

The Van Gogh Museum has made a major acquisition of a pastel work by Edgar Degas, the first of its kind to enter the Dutch national collection. “The Van Gogh Museum has long cherished the wish to add a top-ranking Degas nude to its collection, preferably one from the period in which Van Gogh discovered the French artist’s […]
Tags: Art, News, Edgar Degas, Van Gogh, Art News, Minipost, Degas, Van Gogh Museum, Van Gogh Museum Acquires Degas Pastel


Space out with Google Earth on mobile

Stars are magical. Van Gogh painted them. Shakespeare wrote about them. We make wishes on them. On the Google Earth team, we understand people’s desire to see stars just as much as they want to see Planet Earth. The Google Earth mobile app now offers wide views of our starry universe, just as Earth for the web and Earth Pro have done for some time.As smartphones and tablets have become more powerful, we’ve been able to bring the quality of Earth’s web and Pro versions to most smartphones. You ca...
Tags: Google, Earth, International Space Station, Google Earth, Shakespeare, Van Gogh, European Southern Observatory, Jonathan Cohen


Cartoonist Fell In Love With Van Gogh’s Story And Paintings As A Teenager, Creates Illustrations Of Painter’s Life

According to an artist: “My name is Alireza Karimi Moghaddam. I’m a cartoonist and illustrator. I was born in Iran and currently live in Lisbon. As a teenager, I fell in love with Van Gogh’s life story and paintings. His style, colors, and lifestyle inspired me. I followed almost all the books and movies that have been made about Van Gogh, and I immersed myself in the love of his... Source
Tags: Design, Iran, Cartoons, Lisbon, Van Gogh, Inspirations, Alireza Karimi Moghaddam


25 Best Procreate Brushes for Illustration

While there are many illustration apps available for the iPad, the Procreate App stands alone as one of the most popular for professional and hobbyist illustrators. Companies such as Pixar and Disney use Procreate. Turning the iPad into a drawing table, it is truly a game-changer by providing the same outcome without having to get an expensive desktop or tablet dedicated to digital illustration. To help you navigate all of the amazing options out there, we have brought together the top 25 best P...
Tags: Design, Resources, New York City, Disney, Illustration, Las Vegas, Graphic Design, Pixar, Jack Kirby, Illustrator, Van Gogh, Brushes, Times Square, Escher, Mandala, ProCreate