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Van Gogh (væn ˈɡɒx Pronunciation for Van Gogh ; Dutch vɑn ˈxɔx) 



  1. Vincent ((vɪnˈsɛnt)). 1853–90, Dutch postimpressionist painter, noted for his landscapes and portraits, in which colour is used essentially for its expressive and emotive value

Example Sentences Including 'Van Gogh'

Chatting to the Van Gogh Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear was a woman dressed as Marilyn Monroe.
Isabel Wolff RESCUING ROSE (2002)
She lived in Arles, France, and was born in 1875. As a girl she met Vincent Van Gogh , whom she described as "scruffy".
Jim Leavesley, George Biro THE MEDICAL MYSTERIES E-OMNIBUS (2001)
She was wrestling with a critique on Van Gogh when her mother came in.
Stewart, Michael Grace
The record was previously held by Vincent Van Gogh 's Sunflowers, which sold in 1987 for £22.5 million, Mr Bell said.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2002)
Thirteen suspects have been held on terrorist charges since Van Gogh 's murder, including the alleged killer.
canada.com (2004)
Van Gogh & Gauguin: The Studio of the South, runs until June 2 at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.
Glasgow Herald (2002)
Van Gogh suitings and Michael Angelo ready-mades and fabrics complete the exclusive range of men's wear.
India Today (1998)


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