oddinsanity:

- Between you and me, in a hundred words, where do you think Van Gogh rates in the history of art?
- Well…big question. But to me, Van Gogh is the finest painter of them all. Certainly the most popular, great painter of all time. The most beloved, his command of colour most magnificent. He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty. Pain is easy to portray, but to use your passion and pain to portray the ecstasy and joy and magnificence of our world, no one had ever done it before. Perhaps no one ever will again. To my mind, that strange, wild man who roamed the fields of Provence was not only the world’s greatest artist, but also one of the greatest men who ever lived.

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Hello, Wednesday.

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love-is-a-number:

Doctor Who posters: Vincent and The Doctorasked by astudyinpanic

love-is-a-number:

Doctor Who posters: Vincent and The Doctor
asked by astudyinpanic

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missd0llface:

30 Days of Summer Break Doctor Who: Day 20

What’s your favorite “guest appearance” by someone from history?

I would have to say that my favorite historical person to appear on Doctor Who so far is Vincent Van Gogh. I can relate to him more than any previous “guest appearance.” I am an artist, a painter who has barely made any money from my work but refuses to cast it aside for what some people may think are better professions. I’ve been an artist for almost all my life. I honestly can’t see any other career path that fits me more. Art isn’t just a hobby for me it’s who I am. I think Van Gogh felt the same way as I do.

Another aspect to this episode about Van Gogh is how he could see something that no one else, not even the Doctor, could. This little fact made sense for an eccentric man who painted the world in a way that no one before him thought of. I also loved how this put the Doctor in a new and odd position. Maybe Vincent was crazy, maybe it was all the chemicals he came in contact with, or maybe he was a special individual. What I do know is this: Vincent and the Doctor gave me a whole new reason to respect Van Gogh as a fellow artist and as a person.

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candidlily:

Amy: I thought I’d brighten things up to thank you for saving me last night. I thought you might like, you know, possibly to perhaps paint them, or something? Might be a thought.Vincent: Yes, well they’re not my favorite flower.Amy: You don’t like sunflowers?

candidlily:

Amy: I thought I’d brighten things up to thank you for saving me last night. I thought you might like, you know, possibly to perhaps paint them, or something? Might be a thought.
Vincent: Yes, well they’re not my favorite flower.
Amy: You don’t like sunflowers?

sinfullyginger:

I painted the exploding TARDIS onto a black fitted t-shirt and I’m really f——-g pleased on how it turned out.

Available to buy here. :)

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The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things…The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice versa, the bad things don’t necessarily spoil the good things or make them unimportant.
The Doctor, Vincent and The Doctor (via cheezcaykz, thelittleboywholied)


Van Gogh is the finest painter of them all. Certainly the most popular great painter of all time. The most beloved. His command of colour, the most magnificent. He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty. Pain is easy to portray but to use your passion and pain to portray the ecstasy and joy and magnificence of our world. No one had ever done it before. Perhaps no one ever will again. To my mind, that strange, wild man who roamed the fields of Provence, was not only the world’s greatest artist, but also one of the greatest men who ever lived.

Van Gogh is the finest painter of them all. Certainly the most popular great painter of all time. The most beloved. His command of colour, the most magnificent. He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty. Pain is easy to portray but to use your passion and pain to portray the ecstasy and joy and magnificence of our world. No one had ever done it before. Perhaps no one ever will again. To my mind, that strange, wild man who roamed the fields of Provence, was not only the world’s greatest artist, but also one of the greatest men who ever lived.

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Oh, right, yes. That.

Oh, right, yes. That.

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So apparently my old French teacher loves van Gogh a lot

annegarrity:

So apparently my old French teacher loves van Gogh a lot, so my sister, who has him currently, showed him Vincent and the Doctor and he decided to have their entire class watch it.

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Sunflowers
castiowl:

I see you, sunflowers.
Breaking my heart. D:

Sunflowers

castiowl:

I see you, sunflowers.

Breaking my heart. D:

"It’s not that I don’t like them. I find them complex. Always somewhere  between living and dying. Half-human as they turn to the sun. A little  disgusting. But you know, they are a challenge."

"It’s not that I don’t like them. I find them complex. Always somewhere between living and dying. Half-human as they turn to the sun. A little disgusting. But you know, they are a challenge."

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