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#1 Mar 19, 2020 03:36 am
The fate of life is sometimes so wonderful, just like the hero in the movie "Midnight Paris" who lost his way and miraculously crossed to Paris in the 1920s to open up a romantic and elegant fantasy experience for himself. Back in the real life of the 21st century, Aja Kusick, an American artist inspired by Dutch painter Van Gogh's famous painting "Starry Night" (Starry Night), made a wonderful bond with this romantic painter because of a "beautiful mistake".
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As one of the greatest painters of the 19th century, Van Gogh's creations are still immortal, especially "Starry Night" has been widely used in various artistic creations. Artist Aja Kusick, also inspired by this famous painting, especially uses "Starry Night" The Eiffel Tower, the landmark of Paris, is the background of the creation. However, this beautiful creation was mistakenly regarded as a Van Gogh painting by the education blog. In fact, the Eiffel Tower was completed in France in 1889.However, Van Gogh, who was suffering from mental illness at that time, spent his time in southern France before his death in 1890, and had no chance to see this landmark building.
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Such an awkward mistake became an enlightening motivation for beauty in Aja's view, so she began to think, "is there anything else that Van Gogh didn't see?" For creative inspiration, gradually create a series of "Van Gogh Never" interesting paintings!
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In these scene creations that Van Gogh has never seen before, whether it's the familiar characters of modern Miyazaki movies, Totoro, Charlie Brown and cute Snoopy, Pikachu with a 100,000 volt electric starry background, or science fiction "Star Wars" and "Harry Potter" in the magic world have become the rich elements of Kusick's "Starry Night". These smiley paintings not only heal people's hearts, they are also full of Van Gogh's thoughts and the highest Tribute!