Van Gogh comes to Melbourne

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Emma Clark Gratton

The troubled Post-impressionist painter’s artworks exploring the four seasons are being exhibited for the NGV’s Winter Masterpieces.

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Josien van Gogh and Sylvia Cramer, great-grandnieces of Vincent van Gogh, inside Van Gogh and the Seasons at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Photo: Wayne Taylor.

Vincent van Gogh’s short life, marred with ill mental health which is evident in the mania of both his creative output and the works themselves, has been an inspiration to legions of artists and art-lovers.

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Emma Clark Gratton is an ArtsHub staff writer.