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Vincent van Gogh Michael Kimmelman, art critic for The New York Times, narrates a walk-through slideshow of an exhibition of Van Gogh's drawings mounted by New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2005. The site offers wonderful examples of Van Gogh's landscapes and self-portraits, with
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Vincent van Gogh


Michael Kimmelman, art critic for The New York Times, narrates a walk-through slideshow of an exhibition of Van Gogh's drawings mounted by New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2005. The site offers wonderful examples of Van Gogh's landscapes and self-portraits, with insightful remarks about his artistic genius. Explore an eye-opening appraisal of Van Gogh's journey from untutored novice to astonishing craftsman.

Michael Kimmelman, New York Times

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School

Jennifer Carles

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