Tag: Mr. Gachet

  • The Mystery of a Great Work of Art

    The Mystery of a Great Work of Art

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    In June 1890, Vincent Van Gogh, wrote: I’ve done the portrait of Mr. Gachet with a melancholy expression, which might well seem like a grimace to those who see it…. Sad but gentle, yet clear and intelligent, that is how many portraits ought to be done.

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Ray Hahn

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Eighty years ago, last month, in Junction City, Kansas, U.S. Army Private Thomas P. Fazio mailed this Curt Teich linen postcard to his friend in Georgetown, Illinois. His message was heart-felt and amusing:

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