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Van Gogh's Finest Paintings

Bedroom, or Vincent's Bedroom in Arles, to give it its full title, helps us to peer into the private life of an incredibly complicated but skilled artist. Van Gogh continues to be very much in our thoughts today but which other paintings, besides Bedroom, are considered his best and most important? There are many contenders as artist Van Gogh was incredibly productive during his short career and it is perhaps unlikely that he would have been able to keep up this pace had he lived much longer.

His art career helped to give the artist some confidence for the first time and also distracted his mind from other problems that had distracted him all his life. Vincent's Chair captured a great detail on specific items from the artist's bedroom and help us to learn yet more about his lifestyle at that time.

Vincent also produced exciting landscapes during his time in Arles and it was here that much of his inspiration occurred as he also mixed with other notable artists who encouraged him to pursue his new artistic direction. Outside of his time in Arles, notable works included Starry, Starry Night as well as Wheatfield with Crows and also some skilled portraits and still life drawings as well.

Van Gogh reached a point where he was devoted to his work to the point where he would produce at least one painting every day and this level of productivity is very hard to find amongst such a successful artist (at least he is in today's eyes). Typically, good artists will fiddle incessantly with their work, extending each one considerably.

This was an inventive painter who did not wish to stand still to settle on what he had already achieved. His instability ensured he would always look to achieve more and also take his style into different directions, even if that was challenging to him. This ambition is critical to any artist achieving the maximum from their potential and Van Gogh was certainly one who managed exactly that. The large numbers of prints found in people's homes illustrate the impact that his work has made and indeed continues to make.