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Two men in digging out a tree stump by Van Gogh

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About the Artist:

Van Gogh a self-taught artist has painted about 900 paintings and 1,100 works on paper during his lifetime.  Van Gogh used an impulsive, gestural application of paint and symbolic colours to express subjective emotions.  The artists psychological and emotional state was indicated by its sweeping, expressive brushstrokes.

Artwork Description:

Two Men digging out a Tree Stump is a non-literal painting which does not follow any specific style, technique or even approach.  It is the painting of two men digging a tree stump out of the land, which may been cut or fallen due to any natural calamity.



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