Expressionism -- Van Gogh's Starry Essay

Length: 5 pages Sources: 1+ Subject: Art  (general) Type: Essay Paper: #86515268 Related Topics: Plagiarism, Painting, Book Of Genesis, The Bluest Eye
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By pointing straight up, it is emulating the church steeple, pointing perhaps to God, and Creator that has brought the stars and the moon and the clouds and the land to the people so they could build a village. In the village the lights are on in many of the houses, or are those bright windows merely reflecting the starry splendor from above?

In conclusion, Van Gogh's painting "Starry Night" received a great deal of exposure when Don McLean sang the song in 1970. Many listeners likely did not know at first the song was about Vincent Van Gogh, but a careful review of the

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