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Vincent van Gogh's Biography

Although brief, Vincent van Gogh's life as an artist was a rich and prolific one. Learn about van Gogh's life -- and his paintings -- in this article.


How Indoor Clouds Work

 How Indoor Clouds Work

Can weather move indoors? Thanks to an artist from Amsterdam, yes. Learn how indoor clouds work. See more »

How Lampworking Works

 How Lampworking Works

What makes lampworking unique? Read about the art, technique and tools behind lampworking glass at HowStuffWorks. See more »

How Millefiori Works

 How Millefiori Works

Millefiori is an Italian word meaning 'thousand flowers.' What makes millefiori glass so special? See more »

How Surrealism Works

 How Surrealism Works

Surrealism is an artistic movement and philosophy. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about surrealism. See more »

How Cubism Works

 How Cubism Works

Cubism is an artistic movement that changed art forever. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about cubism. See more »

How Salvador Dali Worked

 How Salvador Dali Worked

Salvador Dali was an incredibly talented artist. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about Salvador Dali. See more »

How Pablo Picasso Worked

 How Pablo Picasso Worked

Pablo Picasso was an incredibly talented artist. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about Pablo Picasso. See more »

How Andy Warhol Worked

 How Andy Warhol Worked

Andy Warhol was an innovative artist who shook up the world. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about Andy Warhol. See more »

How Jackson Pollock Worked

 How Jackson Pollock Worked

Jackson Pollock was an incredibly talented artist. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about Jackson Pollock. See more »

How Henri Matisse Worked

 How Henri Matisse Worked

Henri Matisse was an incredibly talented artist. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about Henri Matisse. See more »