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Vincent Van Gogh, a famous artist from a small village in Belgium, created his masterpieces in the areas of post-impressionism. The desire to paint with paints not the outer shell, but the inner world with the order of decorative stylization. We can say that Van Gogh did not immediately become the creator of the paintings, as he considered the theory to be too far from ideal. The painting "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" was created in 1890 shortly before the death of the painter.
The history of this picture includes the reality of the artist’s life. Paul Ferdinand Gachet was Van Gogh's personal physician and looked after him until his last breath. At first, Vincent had a negative attitude towards the doctor, about which he wrote to his brother in letters. Later, the general craving for painting rallied Gachet and the artist. The doctor was very fond of art and preferred to accept the masterpieces of great painters for his work.
Dr. Gachet is depicted as sad and painful as Van Gogh himself. The painter transfers his inner world through a portrait of a doctor. It remains strange that the artist does not pursue fame, showing all the humanity of the soul. Fame is not the main task in his life. The painting “Portrait of Dr. Gachet” is a unique reflection of gratitude from Van Gogh.
The facts showed that the painting was a great success among art lovers and many wanted to purchase this masterpiece in their collection. It is interesting that one of the collectors purchased the "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" for a huge amount of money and wanted to cremate him with the painting. The public complained, asked not to allow such desires of the millionaire, so still managed to save the picture from imminent death.
After all, the painting passed into the ownership of the investment fund, which resold it to an unknown lover of painting. Vincent Van Gogh's masterpiece showed people the whole truth about human friendship and devotion.
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