TITLE

Electricity in Water

PUB. DATE
November 1967
SOURCE
Time;11/10/1967, Vol. 90 Issue 19, p88
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on Vincent Van Gogh,a French painter who is known for his eccentric sketches. Van Gogh describes art as a talent that comes from a deeper foundation of a soul, and its ingenuity and technical knowledge reminds him of self-righteousness in terms of religion. It states that Van Gogh deserted evangelism and opted to be an artist wherein he produced 800 oil paintings and other works using watercolor. Meanwhile, Sculptor William Earl Singer made a huge head sculpture of Van Gogh.
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54038876

 

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