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Content type Video
File Format MP4 / MPG4
Language English
Subject Keyword K-12 ♦ Homeschooling ♦ Parents ♦ Van gogh ♦ Visual artists ♦ Educational videos ♦ School ♦ Teachers ♦ Students ♦ Education ♦ Visual arts history ♦ Children ♦ Watchnow ♦ Online community ♦ Vincent ♦ Visual arts ♦ Preschool ♦ The arts ♦ Free ♦ Educators ♦ Kids ♦ Collaboration ♦ Home school ♦ Wiki ♦ Share ♦ Prek-12
Description 1853-1890 Vincent van Gogh was born near Brabant, the son of a minister. In 1869, he got a position at the art dealers, Goupil and Co. in The Hague, through his uncle, and worked with them until he was dismissed from the London office in 1873. He worked as a schoolmaster in England 1876, before training for the ministry at Amsterdam University 1877. After he failed to get a post in the Church, he went to live as an independent missionary among the Borinage miners. He was largely self-taught as an artist, although he received help from his cousin, Mauve. His first works were heavily painted, mud-colored and clumsy attempts to represent the life of the poor e.g. Potato-Eaters, 1885, Amsterdam, influenced by one of his artistic heroes, Millet. (Duration - 03:15)
Part of series van Gogh, Vincent
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher ♦ Parents
Age Range 13 to 17 years ♦ 18 to 22 years
Learning Resource Type Video Lecture