Vincent van Gogh

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Van Gogh’s Irises / Haiku Verses from Readers / An Invitation

Birthday cake for Vincent van Gogh's birthday decorated with The Irises in icing

To celebrate Vincent van Gogh, who was born on this day in 1853, we’ve been inviting visitors to share their thoughts in haiku form. Please join us! Leave a comment here, tweet your poem with the hastag #arthaiku, or leave… More»

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Justice, Vengeance, Crime, Love, and Van Gogh

Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing Crime, Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, about about 1805–06

Which art objects on the Getty Museum’s website are most popular? The answers might surprise you—or perhaps confirm what you’ve always suspected about the Internet.

Over the past year, three objects have vied for the top spot, each for different reasons. More»

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Getty Up! Welcome to the Getty’s New Blog

Irises, Vincent van Gogh, 1889

The Iris is a reference to the Getty Museum’s best-known painting: Irises by Vincent van Gogh. That painting is surrounded by knots of visitors most of the time; it’s behind glass because so many people want to reach out and… More»

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