Self-portraits By Vincent Van Gogh - Portraits of Vincent Van Gogh By Other Artists

Portraits of Vincent Van Gogh By Other Artists

  • John Peter Russell, 1886, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

  • Photo by Victor Morin, c. 1886, Brussels. Discovered in the early 1990s, experts disagree whether or not it is Vincent van Gogh.

  • Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1887, pastel on cardboard, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

  • Paul Gauguin, 1888, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

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Portraits By Vincent Van Gogh - Portraits of Vincent Van Gogh By Other Artists
... Emile Bernard described Van Gogh as having "a sharp glance and a mouth incisively set as if to speak." Aside from a consistent intensity, Van Gogh's actual appearance in portraits seems elusive ... For instance, John Russell's painting of Van Gogh looking over his shoulder seems strikingly different than the Toulouse-Lautrec's painting of Van Gogh leaning over a café table ... John Peter Russell 1886 Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam Photo by Victor Morin, c ...

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