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"vincent van gogh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Became along Sam Shane I'm Christina and Johnson on this Wednesday, December 23rd time to get over the head Cory from the Bloomberg business task and See What's What's going on With Sun, Your radar Ed. Good morning. Apple shares rose on Tuesday. Christina the stock returning to near record levels, Reuters reporting the company plans to build a self driving car and he's targeting 2024 to produce the vehicle. Apple CEO Tim Cook refused to take a meeting years ago to talk about acquiring Tesler. That's according to the electric hard Cos leader Elon Musk, Southern California utilities could cut power to 225,000 homes and businesses on Christmas Eve. Possible Winter storm is raising wildfire risks right now. Dow futures up 73 points I made Cory with the Bloomberg Business Report on news 93.1 kfbk that many Thanks. Here's Bob Simms with Theodore Report that commercial dungeon is crab season was expected to open today. December 23rd. So everybody could have crab for Christmas. Yesterday is when they were allowed to put their pots in to get a good soak so they could pull them today and then get him to market. None of the boats went out. Not in San Francisco, not in Bodega Bay, not in Fort Bragg. There's a problem with price between the buyers and the crab fleet. Also, the department official Wildlife didn't realize opening the season all at the same time in California would flood the market up and down the state and the crab fisherman felt there might not be a demand for their product. So generally, there will be no fresh crab for Christmas. Bob Simms. Kfbk don't know it is 5 53 And so on December 23rd is time for a little What year? What happened for this hour? Albert Parnell? Yes. In the first year I have 0 18 23. And that's when a visit from ST Nicholas, also known as the night before Christmas. Was first published. Okay, the night before Christmas and all through the house. Not a creature was stirring. Not even amount that you know, I got that much. You need a little little bit of credit that Z The next one I have is a year 18 88. And then this is when Vincent van Gogh cut off the lower part of his left ear with the razor out their friends. He was suffering from severe depression. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, that happens. Well, it really doesn't very often, but yeah, it did Have depression happens. Let's say happened. Sure about the company here. Cut off the lorry Your part in the last one that I have is the year 1989. That's good old Phil Collins right there And this song another day in Paradise Number one in the charts. 1989 Bill.
Why specializing early doesn't always mean career success
"Hi. I'm Elise Hugh. And you're listening to Ted talks daily today's talk features really fascinating research that cuts us all some slack. What I mean is it turns out you can be a late bloomer in your chosen sport or skill or specialty, and it's actually better for you in a lot of ways. The talk is journalist David Epstein at Ted Ex Manchester in twenty twenty. So I'd like to talk about the development of human potential and I'd like to start with maybe the most impactful modern story of development. Many of you here have probably heard of the ten thousand dollars rule maybe you even model your own life after it. Basically, it's the idea that the become great anything takes ten thousand hours of focused practice. So. You'd better get started as early as possible. The poster child for this story is Tiger Woods. Father Famously, gave him a putter when he was seven months old at ten months, he started imitating his father's swing. At to, you can go on Youtube and see him on national television fast forward to the age of twenty one he's the greatest Golfer in the world's quintessential ten thousand dollars story. Another that features a number of bestselling books is that of the three Polgar sisters whose father decided to teach them chests in a very technical manner from a very early age and really wanted to show that with a head start and focused practice. Any child could become a genius in anything, and in fact, two of his daughters went onto become grandmaster chess players. So, when I became the Science Writer at sports illustrated magazine I got curious if this ten thousand hours rules correct then we should see that elite athletes get a headstart in so-called deliberate practice. This is coached air correction focus practice not just playing around, and in fact, when scientists study lead athletes, they see that they spend more time in deliberate practice not a big surprise. When they actually track athletes over the course of their development, the future leads actually spend less time early on in delivered practice in their eventual sport they to have what scientists call a sampling period where they try a variety of physical activities. They gain broad general skills they learned about their interests and abilities and delays specializing until later than peers who plateau at lower levels. And so when I saw that said, Gosh that doesn't really comport with the ten thousand hours rule does it. So I started to wonder about other domains that we associate with obligatory early specialization like music. Turns out the patterns often similar. Research from a world class, Music Academy, and what I want to draw your attention to is the exceptional musicians didn't start spending more time into practice than the average musicians. Until Third Instrument, they tended to have a sampling period. Even musicians we think of is famously precocious like Yo, Yo Ma he sampling period he just went through it more rapidly than most musicians do. Nonetheless, this research almost entirely ignored and much more impactful is the first page of the Book Battle Hymn of the Tiger mother where the author recounts assigning her daughter Violin. Nobody seems remember the part later in the book where her daughter turns her and says, you picked it not me and largely quits. So having seen this sort of surprising pattern in sports and music. I started to wonder about domains that affect and more people like education and economists found a natural experiment in the Higher Ed Systems of England and Scotland in the period studied, the systems were very similar except in England students had to specialize in their mid teen years to pick a specific course of study to apply tours in Scotland they could keep trying things in university if they wanted to and his question was who wins the trade off the early or the late specializes and he saw that the early specializes jump out to an income. Lead because they have more domain specific skills, the late specializes get to try more different things and when they do pick, they have better fit or what economists call match quality, and so their growth rates are faster by six years out erase that income gap. Meanwhile, the earliest specializes start quitting their career tracks in much higher numbers essentially because they were made to choose. So early that they more often made choices. So the late specializes lose in the short term and win in the long run. I think if we thought about career choice like dating, we might not pressure people to settle down quite so quickly. So this interested seeing this pattern again in exploring a developmental backgrounds of people whose work I had long admired like Duke Ellington who shunned music lessons as a kid to focus on baseball and painting and drawing or Mario Mir's economy who wasn't interested in math is a girl dreamed of becoming a novelist and went on to become the first and so far only woman to win the fields medal the most prestigious prize in the world in Math Vincent Van Gogh had five different careers, each of which he deemed his true calling before flaming out spectacularly, and in his late twenty s picked up a book called the guide to the ABC's of drawing. That worked out. Okay Claude Shannon was an electrical engineer at the University of Michigan who took a philosophy course just to fulfill a requirement and in it, he learned about a near century old system of logic or was true and false statements could be coded as ones and zeroes in solved like math problems. This led to the development of Binary Code, which underlies all of our digital computers today.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on Giants of History
"To go next store to the hotel to use the public toilets which were set to be squalid and extremely disgusting. So this is not exactly my idea of heaven but to Van Gogh. Ever wanted. Van Gogh. Himself wrote of the place quote in this meaning the House and surroundings I can breathe meditate and paint I feel that I can make something lasting out of it. and quote. nathe and Smith. Add to this when they write quote Vincent Cy. Garden of Eden where the Greenery was lush and the sky overhead always quote intensely blue as van Gogh himself described it. Van Gogh wrote to family members telling them that he had thought the park with the prostitutes in the bushes was delightful and that he enjoyed watching the sunrise through his windows in the morning from what he could also see what he called a pretty public garden. And quoted. Again, this speaks to the way that Van Goghs saw the world he saw beauty in places that others didn't or couldn't. And as soon as Van Gogh sign the lease where rent was a pittance by the way at just fifteen francs a month or about seventy five dollars a month in today's dollars based on the conversions that I saw. As soon, as he signed the lease, he went to work fixing the place up a bit. And the most famous piece of that rehabilitation was the coat of paint that he applied to the exterior and the. Interior walls. Van Go refer to this coat of paint as quote the yellow color of fresh butter. and quote. He then painted the shutters of the House Green to set off a nice contrast. And just as soon as the place was ready, Van Gogh vocalized the next step in his plans for the yellow. House. Stayed in quote. I could quite well share the new studio with someone. Perhaps Gauguin will come south. and quote. Now again here is obviously referring to the now famous French painter Paul Gauguin. Now Gauguin. Took just like van, Gogh would for the most part be unappreciated while he was alive. But his work would eventually become some of the most valuable and sought after pieces in the art world with one of his painting selling for close to three hundred, million dollars in twenty fifteen making it the most expensive painting ever sold for a time. And it should be noted that Gauguin was also a major influence on Pablo Picasso. But returning to our story of Van Gogh and again. Van Gogh and go Gan had met in Paris, a year earlier in eighteen, eighty seven and they had met at an art exhibition that Van Gogh himself had organized. A hundred pieces of Van Gogh's work alongside a few other artists was displayed at this exhibition and Gauguin attended. Gauguin had never seen van Gogh's work before and vice versa. But the two eventually connected after the exhibition and they decided to exchange paintings and potentially work together at some point. And Van Gogh's brother Theo also bought some of Gauguin's pieces further solidifying his connection to Van Gogh, and their future plans. and. So finally following up on their plans to work together in the fall of eighteen, eighty eight. Paul Gauguin moved to Arl and into the Yellow House with Van Gogh. But. UNBEKNOWNST to the two of them. This was a recipe for disaster. And here again is where our story starts to pick up steam. The reasons they're working together was a recipe for disaster are quite simple..
Van Gogh’s Letter About His Brothel Visit Sells For $235,000 At Auction
"But then goes was sold at auction for a modest two hundred thirty five thousand dollars but it wasn't a painting it was a four page letter written by Vincent van Gogh and fellow artist Paul Gauguin in which they detailed their visits to some brothels it was addressed to French artist and L. Bernardin was written in November of eighteen eighty eight just a few weeks before van Gogh famously cut off his left ear the letter is now in the hands of the Vincent van Gogh foundation and will be displayed at the van Gogh museum in Amsterdam later this
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Center of the outbreak is weighing plans to re open as cases of covert nineteen they are on the decline in the third day running the actual number of people infected with corona virus in Italy has gone down but the curve has still not taken that step everyone is waiting for this as the country grapples with plans for reopening partially on may fourth the north the region around the line continues to register a relatively high number of inspections which is led to speculation that the place that got hit first maybe the one that gets back to normal last the pope has called for solidarity among European leaders ahead of a meeting to further discuss rescue fun Amy Kellogg fox news several appeals court is allowing Arkansas to maintain its ban on abortions done surgically due to a coronavirus concerns the eighth circuit appeals court ruled that the ban instituted by state Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is a legally valid response to concerns about virus spread Arkansas has nearly twenty three hundred positive call that nineteen cases more than forty people have died the state accused little rock family planning services of violating the state order postponing elective surgeries including abortions for out of state patients the American civil liberties union represents the clinic it says it is looking over the ruling and deciding its next move that state's ban only covers surgical abortions to state clinic still perform medication abortions which are allowed colonel Scott fox news the judge crime busting TV show shows how an art thief was able to smash his way through reinforced glass doors that are closed museum in the early hours of March thirtieth stealing a prized painting by Vincent van Gogh police say the airing of the footage has generated over fifty new chips but nobody's.
Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum closed by coronavirus
"A painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh was stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the museum east of Amsterdam said the parsonage garden at noon and then spring eighteen eighty four by the Dutch master was taken in the early hours Monday the value of the work which was on loan was not immediately known van Gogh's paintings when they rarely come up for sale fetch
Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum closed by virus
"A painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh was stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the museum east of Amsterdam said the parsonage garden at noon and in spring eighteen eighty four by the Dutch master was taken in the early hours Monday the value of the work which was on loan was not immediately known van Gogh's paintings when they rarely come up for sale fetch
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on AP News
"The navy hospital ship comfort is a New York harbor mayor bill de Blasio says the navy did an incredible job getting the one thousand bed floating hospital to his city they did it in eight days and that means help has arrived quicker and we're going to be able to do the life saving work right now the comfort like the two army hospitals built at the Javits center will be used to treat patients with conditions other than covert nineteen the outbreak has killed twenty five hundred people in this country the majority of the deaths in New York state there are also one hundred forty thousand cases of the virus in the U. S. Macy's laying off one hundred thirty thousand workers as the company transitions to what it calls an absolute minimum work force needed to maintain basic operations while stores are shuttered during the pandemic the Tokyo Olympics will open July twenty third of next year I'm timid wire painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh is being stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the sing along museum east of Amsterdam says the Dutch masters the parsonage gardens at noon in spring eighteen eighty four was taken in the early hours of Monday police say the thief or thieves smashed a glass door to get into the museum that set off along but by the time the police got there the painting and with the study will gone the museum general director says of the institution that houses the collection of American couple William and I'm a singer I'm going to shop on site at the fifth of the painting the value of the work which is on loan from the museum in the north of the never linds is not immediately known police are investigating the theft on Charles there this month thank.
Dutch museum says Vincent van Gogh painting stolen in overnight raid
"Wire painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh is being stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the sing along museum east of Amsterdam says the Dutch masters the parsonage gardens at noon in spring eighteen eighty four was taken in the early hours of Monday police say the thief or thieves smashed a glass door to get into the museum that set off along but by the time the police got there the painting and with the study will gone the museum general director says of the institution that houses the collection of American couple William and I'm a singer I'm going to shop on site at the fifth of the painting the value of the work which is on loan from the museum in the north of the never linds is not immediately known police are investigating the
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Police investigate break-in at Dutch art museum
"The painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh is being stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the sing along museum east of Amsterdam says the Dutch masters the pasta dish bottom at Newnham in spring eighteen eighty four was taken in the early hours of Monday police say the thief or thieves smashed a glass door to get into the museum that set off the alarm but by the time the police got there the painting and with the study will gone the museum general director says of the institution that houses the collection of American couple William and I'm a singer I'm going to shop on site at the fifth of the painting the value of the work which is on loan from the museum in the north of the Netherlands is not legally none police are investigating the theft on Charles there this month
Van Gogh painting stolen from museum closed due to virus
"The Dutch museum is currently closed to prevent the spread of corona viruses a painting by Vincent van Gogh was stolen in a raid overnight museum near Amsterdam says spring garden by the Dutch master was stolen in the early hours of the morning museum director says the institution is shocked angry and sad at the path of the painting the value of the work which was on loan is not immediately known police are investigating that
Dutch museum says Vincent van Gogh painting stolen in overnight raid
"The Associated Press is saying once again they're Hispanics are a thief of a painting it is out of the Dutch museum and it is a Vincent van Gogh and that is a huge huge deal it also has to do like ocean's eleven it's yeah but it's like a big deal over there and they have particularly in Amsterdam some exclusive museums obviously centered out here Rembrandt and the other guy for me because he was a sophisticated I am and is popularly bookkeeper here you seriously they've released a terse two sentence announcement of another
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on Personology
"Much like. Vincent's early relationships. His relationships with women were even more unrequited and tragic. He fell in love with a cousin who rejected him and quartered a neighbor's daughter who attempted suicide. When both families rejected the match. He mostly paid women for any companionship. One woman seen Horneck lived with him for almost two years. According to letters and drawings Vincent made of her she was a very depressed and unhappy person. One of Vincent's most famous chalk. Drawings is of seen sitting naked with her head in her arms. It is titled Sorrow Even. She couldn't handle it even though he was paying her. Essentially by the day. That was much love in this human being even though he couldn't make it work he desperately wanted relationships with with family with friends especially with women of both because of his romantic feelings and because of his libido he had a very high Libido Hyper Sexual Ism another symptom of temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Absolutely there was also a peasant will in at noon. Who with whom he may have had a child but she too was was was paid by him She wasn't a she wasn't a professional prostitute but she modeled for him and she had sex with him any pater for all of that. She's had many children. She was quite ill She was older than he was. She was pockmark. She was not attractive. She was not a Kurdistan and yet one of the reasons aside from his productivity that makes them so appealing and so ultimately lovable is that he there was a generosity lurking constantly in him and he treated this woman seen as if she has issue or his wife and he took care of her when she went to the hospital He took care of her every day. He tried to make the apartment attractive for her and when she had a child who wasn't his child he treated this child as if it was his own child. You may crib for him. He decorated the apartment for this baby. When it came home from the hospital she wanted to be a family. It was a family. Any drew these darling. Drawings of this baby and it's crib even sadder. She left ultimate and ultimately left even though she predicted a that she would. She was so miserable she would drown herself one day and she did in. Nineteen ninety seven. I believe it was. She drowned herself as as as she herself predicted. Let's take a quick break here when we get back. We'll discuss how Vincent's mental illness may have contributed to the incredible output of art in his final years. It's women's history month and there's no better way to celebrate than by hearing from amazing women were making history in changing the world for the better learn from leaders like Katie couric. I wanted little boys and little girls. To see that a woman could do that job confidently and confidently Tory. Burch women are great investments. That is something I know Andrea. Jong the concept of a network of women which can be smaller it can be large is really one of the most powerful things. I've had the opportunity to see many more listened to Seneca women conversations on power and purpose on the iheartradio APP..
Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas dies at 103
"Kirk Douglas Hurd there in Spartacus was one hundred and three years old his death announced tonight by a son actor Michael Douglas who posted to Instagram to the world he was a legend an actor from the golden age of movies who lived well into his golden years but to me and my brothers Joel and Peter he was simply dad Douglas one of the first superstars who took control of his own career but the production company earned Oscar nominations for playing Vincent van Gogh and lust for life he earned nods for champion and bad and the beautiful but he never won he received a lifetime achievement Oscar in nineteen
"The most famous weapon in the history of art" sells at auction
"The most famous weapon in the history of art has sold at auction for nearly three times the estimate CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez with more private collector, has paid the equivalent of more than one hundred eighty one thousand dollars for the revolver, Vincent Van Gogh is believed to have used to shoot himself in eighteen ninety. It was found by a farmer in nineteen sixty five in a field and village north of Paris tests showed it had been in the ground. For seventy five years Van Gogh had borrowed. The seven millimeter loofah show from the owner of an in where he was staying. He died thirty six hours after he staggered back to the oh, bears in the dark family that owns the in put it up for sale. Deborah Rodriguez CBS
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on What'sHerName
"A unique subscription box inspiring girls to believe they can be and do anything. How do they do it like us girls can create believes that real women make the best heroes and every month they deliver them to your doorstep. Hi, katie. I all of you. What's more important happiness or great art? For all of humanity or for me, personally. Both. I guess. You guys have talked about, at your house, a bit need indeed. We're just preparing for a study abroad to Greece. It's called ancient Greece in human happiness. And we're studying all the famous ancient Greek art and happiness. Hey, okay. I guess, for me, personally, I'd say happiness. All right. What about humanity in general happiness? Yeah. So if we could go back and make Vincent Van Gogh happy, but he never paints anytime. No. Yes, you do that. I I'm just could be my mood right now. But I feel like you can be happy and produce great arts. And so maybe Van Gogh was happy could have been just as incredible. Maybe more incredible. But what if he couldn't though, yeah? What if we know he couldn't? I would accept a mediocre version of Vincent Van Gogh, if he had lived, a happy life. But what if his art makes other people happy, I know do sing all the happiness. Yes. Okay. So you just became a utilitarian saying it was going to say the -tarian says greatest common well a greatest. Good for the greatest number. Yeah. Oh,.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on AP News
"A version of Vincent Van Gogh's iconic eighteen eighty nine sunflowers painting will permanently stay put in Amsterdam where is undergoing restoration. The director of the Van Gogh museum says a full body scan done and the museum's version of the painting is shown it's not fit to travel because it's in stable but vulnerable condition. The Amsterdam version of sunflowers is based on another version of the work painted a year earlier that's on display in London. Other versions of the work are in Philadelphia Tokyo and Munich director, axel ruger's told the Associated Press they've decided not to lend the picture anymore to other exhibitions or museums. Because. Any stressors that could be subjected to if it were to travel could be too risky, India and South Africa will boost ties in key areas. Such as defence maritime security information technology, and trade it's all part of a three year strategic exchange program announced a New Delhi by Indian prime minister Narendra Modi and visiting South African president zero Ramaphosa India's external affairs ministry said the South African defence industry is also looking at India, which is upgrading its military equipment. The ministry says India's offered training spots for South African defence personnel. The shutdown and federal workers. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsman that President Trump agrees to a short term continuing resolution to end the partial government shutdown. Congressional negotiators have three weeks to work out a deal. House speaker Nancy Pelosi place, we reached an agreement to reopen government now. So that we can have a discussion on how to secure our borders. Trump says any agreement has to include funding for his border wall having barriers fencing or walls, or whatever you wanna call. It will be an important part of the solution. EPA lawyer Kaylynn Castelli says the shutdown was painful. Definitely welcome getting paid because you.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on AP News
"Vincent Van Gogh's iconic eighteen eighty nine sunflowers painting will permanently stay put in Amsterdam where is undergoing restoration. The director of the Van Gogh museum says a full body scan done on the museum's version of the painting has shown it's not fit to travel because it's in stable but vulnerable condition. The Amsterdam version of sunflowers is based on another version of the work painted a year earlier that's on display in London. Other versions of the work are in Philadelphia Tokyo and Munich director, axel ruger's told the Associated Press they've decided not to lend the picture anymore to other exhibitions or museums because any stressors that could be subjected to if it were to travel could be too risky robots will one day replace a quarter of US jobs currently held by humans. That's. According to a new Brookings Institution report. The report says roughly thirty six million Americans hold jobs with high exposure to automation, meaning at least seventy percent of their tasks could soon be performed by machines using current technology. Among those most likely to be affected are cooks waiters and others in food services. Short haul truck drivers and clerical office workers many economists find that automation might actually have an overall positive effect on the labour market, it can create economic growth, reduced prices and increased demand while also creating new jobs that make up for those that disappear. The pope used his trip to Panama to speak at a global youth rally may piece Karen China's reports Jerry his address he denounced those who fear and create division. Ponce's? He deviated from his prepared remarks instead urge the next generation to build bridges of understanding. Instead he praised the estimated two hundred. Hundred fifty thousand young people many waving the national flags for coming together. Even though they speak different languages and health and different coaches. He said these builders of wools that so fair looking to the shutdown and federal workers, I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsman that President Trump agrees to short term continuing resolution to end the partial government shutdown. Congressional negotiators have three weeks to work out a deal. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, please that we reach an agreement to reopen government now. So that we can have a discussion on how to secure our borders. Trump says any agreement has to include funding for his border wall having barriers fencing or walls, or whatever you wanna call. It will be an important part of the solution. EPA lawyer Kaylynn Castelli says the shutdown was painful. Definitely welcome getting paid because you are mortgages do.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"To say your painter. I love painting. I have always been a painter that. I know it's Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Jane Pauley. That's real to focus as Vincent Van Gogh in attorneys gate from CBS films turns out van Goghs passion is shared by both the movie's director and it star who's up for a Golden Globe. Tonight's wards. Serena ultra has a portrait of the artist's. Does each one kind of bring you back to a specific memory and seen you're at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York, actor this is what relic can't get over that and artist come face to face once upon a time and another time he was right here. We'll to fo- studies a self portrait of Vincent Van Gogh. I see the marks know I laugh when people say you look like gone from portrait to portrait looks very different. It's a remarkable close encounter that extends beyond the exhibit space to the big screen. Default plays the painter in at attorneys gate. A new film about the final months, van Goghs, tortured, and brilliant life. My job title manager, and a prolific stage and film career spanning forty years with parts ranging from soldiers. Who we choose to two super villains? Devos says nothing compares to this. When I look at nature. I see more clearly takes me love this movie. And it was a beautiful experience to make changed. You. Of course. I did Van Gogh change it. How did the film change? You change is how I see and not just painting. But how I see things in life. There's something inside don't go at it has. What I say nobody else sees that. Newt respective includes a different way to approach this almost mythical figure unlike previous movies this one focuses on what he created not the madness that consumed him. Yes. He had lots of challenges. No doubt about that. But he was also productive. Then he was painting practically a painting day, and you can tell from his letters. How happy was is feeling of seem something that's beautiful. But I read sixty three to fo is twenty six years older than Van Gogh at the time of his death on your mind. It was Willem Dafoe. It was always going to be willing. But four director Julian Schnabel he was destined for the role. He became something. I don't think it's a performance. He's was the incarnation of something invited me over to the house. And they put a a beard on me and shot pictures, and I think he sat with those images for a little while. And then shortly after he said, let's do this thing. And it seems only fitting that the controversial snob all a filmmaker and painter known for his outsized, art and personality would take on this larger than life subject. I wanted to make a movie that wasn't about Van Gogh. But I wanted the audience to feel what it was to be him Snapple has the famous fortune that Van Gogh never had in life. But the sixty seven year old whose works have sold for millions says the Dutch painter achieved something truly priceless. This thing about in the film is it kind of talks about really what success is I for one thing that Van Gogh was successful. Because he achieved what he wanted to do. He is his paintings and those. Paintings are still conversing with us. And that is I'd say that's a huge success. Much of at attorneys gate was filmed on location in the south of France with the photo retracing van Goghs footsteps. Good feeling when you look out on landscape, and it's almost recognizable. As for the still lives landscapes and portrait's sh- nobble did most of them. But not all I wanted to see the shoes. I know that the other Defoe's showed us the Van Gogh work, he recreated with some advice from Schnabel Julian coached me on painting, the shoes this is why even though when on painting, I'm not printing necessarily, the style of go. Painting. But they're things I recognize you know, like the laces how freely you do you do. Exactly. Two. This is Bob wills sixth film. But with his paintings hanging alongside works by nineteenth century masters at the museo door, saying Paris, also it's clear, the canvas will always be his calling. We ever stop painting. No, I can't stop painting. Because if there's anything the way mediate the world is through painting. I mean, if I my way of living reason live is to do that. Why do you pay? Parents..
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Okay. HT? What have you been watching? I only saw one movie in the theater this weekend. And that was at attorneys gate, which is the film chronicling the final years of Vincent Van Gogh played by Willem Defoe. I hadn't heard a lot about this movie then praised for limb Defoe's performance, and from what I've seen like trailers or images, it looks kind of muted because it's shot in mostly natural lighting. But and I was wondering whether that would be able to capture sort of like, the brilliant artistry of incident Van Gogh and how he like display's color and everything, and I'm also like a little biased because I absolutely love the doctor who at the soda about Vincent Van Gogh. And I think that's one of the best depictions of the artists, but at attorneys gate is I the best the depiction of the artists in his tortured existence as well as the way that he uniquely views the world. So the natural lighting was it's actually a really beautiful way of depicting. His particularly singular way of viewing the world because it's it's somehow becomes this rich symphony of colors by using the sunlight as a as another form of color. I can't really describe it. But it's just beautifully shot. The descended cinematography is amazing and director Julian Schnabel just doesn't think it Schnabel Schnabel as a brilliant job of just kind of looking all these different types of colors, and shades of just like blades of grass, and yes, Willem Dafoe is astonishing in this movie, especially because this film a lot of it takes place in intense close ups of his face, and he is just all crackles, and and deep deep wells emotion. And I hope that he might get some awards buzz for this film, especially after he got rudely snubbed for the Florida project still. Very bitter about but he's really into gin. And I highly recommend this film, especially if you like Vincent Van Gogh, or if you just want to see a film that really realizes an artist in a beautiful way. Cool. What else have you been watching? So I saw the first episode of my brilliant friend, which is an talion HBO mini series. It's based off of the novel of the same name by Alana for and it's really good so far. It's the first episode is very much a period drama, it takes place in e- nineteen sixties Naples, and is the sprawling a story about these two girls going up in this small town in in Italy. And they're kind of tumultuous friendship both of these. Both of these girls are uncut to be smart and earned perceptive, one of which is kind of a genius, but a very sort of chaotic person. So she is an their friendship is really interesting. And I've only seen the first episodes. I can't really say much about it. But I'm really enjoying it. So far. And has gotten a lot of brave of you so excited to see more. I think only three episodes are out now on HBO, and you can watch it on HBO go and the next and next thing I watch is something that I watch twice. And it's the trashy est thing that I've seen this weekend. But it's something that I enjoyed entirely and that's Netflix says new Christmas offering the Princess switch. It's a truly not good movie starring Vanessa Hudgens in double roles as one a Baker from Chicago with kind of no personality, and then a Princess from the fictional country of Montenero wealth has no personality except for having a vaguely British accent..
Film Review of 'At Eternity's Gate': Willem Dafoe Is Vincent Van Gogh
"HT? What have you been watching? I only saw one movie in the theater this weekend. And that was at attorneys gate, which is the film chronicling the final years of Vincent Van Gogh played by Willem Defoe. I hadn't heard a lot about this movie then praised for limb Defoe's performance, and from what I've seen like trailers or images, it looks kind of muted because it's shot in mostly natural lighting. But and I was wondering whether that would be able to capture sort of like, the brilliant artistry of incident Van Gogh and how he like display's color and everything, and I'm also like a little biased because I absolutely love the doctor who at the soda about Vincent Van Gogh. And I think that's one of the best depictions of the artists, but at attorneys gate is I the best the depiction of the artists in his tortured existence as well as the way that he uniquely views the world. So the natural lighting was it's actually a really beautiful way of depicting. His particularly singular way of viewing the world because it's it's somehow becomes this rich symphony of colors by using the sunlight as a as another form of color. I can't really describe it. But it's just beautifully shot. The descended cinematography is amazing and director Julian Schnabel just doesn't think it Schnabel Schnabel as a brilliant job of just kind of looking all these different types of colors, and shades of just like blades of grass, and yes, Willem Dafoe is astonishing in this movie, especially because this film a lot of it takes place in intense close ups of his face, and he is just all crackles, and and deep deep wells emotion. And I hope that he might get some awards buzz for this film, especially after he got rudely snubbed for the Florida project still. Very bitter about but he's really into gin. And I highly recommend this film, especially if you like Vincent Van Gogh, or if you just want to see a film that really realizes an artist in a beautiful way.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So far away from everything. So you believe that God gave you this gift because he wants to keep you in misery. I never thought about it that way. A little glimpse. They're into van Goghs perception of himself, and what's interesting is you're not catechal cataloging Bengals life from birth to death. This is a very intense short moment in his life near the end of his life. Why did you choose the period that you did? I think he made his best paintings at that time. Painted seventy five paintings and eighty days when he was here was the last place. He lived the last three months of his life and before that between February of eighteen eighty eight and the time that he left. That was the most prolific part of his of his of his life, and he came upon different kinds of of. Piff unease in the movie, there's a moment where? Vincent played by Willem Dafoe who doesn't extraordinary. I mean, an extraordinary job being Vincent when he walks up to a Veronese painting, which is the marriage at Cana didn't think he liked Varanasi. And when he saw the painting, it changed his idea about color, and he wrote the pain the color in. My paintings doesn't come from reality comes from my palate. But Van Gogh did was he let each Mark in his paintings have their own autonomy. And so when people looked at them, they probably thought while this is very disturbing because all the marks were separate because he let them be separate. And then when you stand back at a certain moment, it all comes together, and it becomes his eyes. Or it's the light on his eye or his, and if you start to look at that process now, you could see how by dissecting painting. He was really one of the first truly modern artists and he gave. Birth to Picasso and all sorts of different artists is something that is so striking is is how deep inside of Vincent. You want us to go. You the the shots are tight. We spend almost two hours inside of his skin. And there's these long shots of him wandering looking at the landscape. There's no dialogue. And when I'm wondering when you started to think about making this film. How did you land on this version of Van Gogh? Well, I realized that everybody for some reason has some kind of relationship with Vincent Van Gogh. I mean, everybody's parents must have said Vincent Van Gogh. It's a moment to them and show them a picture of Vincent Van Gogh painting. I mean, it's amazing that nobody was interested in what he was doing when he was alive, and how interested or people think they know everything about him one of the reasons for doing this actually for not doing not doing this was because everybody thinks they know everything about him. So why do it and then the other? Yeah. Maybe it's a good reason to do it. Because everybody thinks they know something about it. So. I was thinking about it the other day 'cause there's a picture of Willem Defoe on the cover of the Los Angeles Times as Van Gogh. Now seems somebody saw another character in another movie. They would just see a newspaper with an image of an actor on the cover. But when you see Vincent Van Gogh on the cover, you think, oh, that's Vincent Van Gogh. I know that guy or that guy is a member of my family. There's something that he he has permeated some other place in people's consciousness. So it's odd because you say how did you get so deep into Vincent. It's as if we're really talking about you or me or a family member. And so. And maybe what we're saying is it's about anybody. That would be that might feel compelled to do something and committed to do something that is not necessarily the obvious thing. Where people I mean, the people that are against him in the movie, they're not mean, they just don't understand them. The it's their it's their lack of understanding that makes them the enemy. Not some kind of vitriolic of Maryland tent? If you're just joining us, you are listening to Q, I'm throats equate low in for Tom power. My guest is artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel whose film is called at eternity gate it stars willing to go as Vincent Van Gogh. And that turns me to a question that's kind of on. Everybody's lips the moment. Willem Dafoe doesn't just play Vincent. He gives really the performance of a lifetime. Learns a lot of talk already about him, potentially. Earning an Oscar for this role. Can you tell me a little bit? About the process of working together to bring Van Gogh to life. He's been practicing his whole life. He's a practicing actor, and they call it a practice because it's a monastic practice in Miami. He has an interior dialogue with himself. That's not unlike van Goghs interior dialogue with himself, and he's taken himself as the Guinea pig and. Leans towards the divine light inside of himself looking to pull something out of himself that he could not have preconception about. And so it's about trust. And I mean, I've known him for a long time. I mean round thirty years, and I've watched his work. And I felt like there wasn't anybody that could do a better job, and it's not really a job. But some kind of a transfiguration we've just we just the recipients, and we get to see this. So it's sort of an extraordinary thing to see someone be transfigured. And we're talking about how you captured that because there's a conversation that happens between you as you said, it's it's based on deep trust when can feel that so many shots are so tight there's one that really stands out in particular for me early on in the film, Vincent is in bed and his brother. He's not even a infirmary area. There's a curtain around him. He's live in the hotel GIO. Kasey. He got beat up. That's right. And he's considered a local nuisance, and there's so many things happening in his life. That are very tumultuous. His brother comes in well dressed. He's been travelling all day and Vincent opens the bed bed bedsheets and asks his brother to get in the bed and his brother holds him, really cradles him. And it feels like the way that that was shot. It's like we're in bed with them. We can hear the rub of the sheets the shot is so tight that they barely both fit into it at each moment. And I was wondering if you could tell me a little bit about filming that scene that scene is actually shot in the asylum where Vincent wasn't turned. So we turn part of the asylum into the hotel JIRA, which was the the hospital where Vincent Van Gogh was sent before he went to the asylum. So we're actually shooting in the asylum with patients that were all around all the p patients because it's still an asylum. So. We needed people to lie in the beds and the patients wanted to be involved in the movie as a. An art project. I think the director of the of the asylum. Was very very enthusiastic about them being involved. And they were great, and they whatever they could make a wrong move. They were all completely authentic. Anyway, I think that had some kind of effect on Willem being in that particular place with all of them. They say a an image is worth a thousand words of once you have this man in a wool suit get in bed with his brother and put his arms around him. They don't have to really say much. There is a general view of Van Gogh's work that it's evolved over time. It started in this place where we find him in your film, where there's a range of of responses mostly not understanding to occasionally people finding it almost repulsive. Maybe that's not the word that's used. But there's this. There's the moment where a priest is looking at the painting actually turns it around to face the wall and leaves it there and looks quite stunned that that Van Gogh is so convinced of this work fast forward and van Goghs reached this point of celebrate. Action in the culture that we're in right now and also commodification so we have everything from starry night mugs to converse. With Van Gogh imprint on them. After spending so much time in his in his story. And wondering what it's like when you encounter his work now in that commodified widely accepted for him. Well, I find it offensive. I mean, they've turned everything around arl- is there's a Van Gogh boutique also if you go to the hotel June. Now, there is a boutique store in there is they're selling postcards and there. And in fact, if you go to the Van Gogh museum you walk in the museum and the first thing you'll see our video images of Joni Mitchell as Van Gogh or Jeremy Irons with sunglasses on or another character Vanja with sunglasses, and it's amazing because I guess it's big business and that encourages ticket sales and keeps the museum, but on the other hand, I think it's very very distracting, and it is. The tip of what he was doing. So I think if you really wanna know go look at the paintings and stand in front of them, they'll tell you everything you need to know. All this other stuff is other stuff. I mean, we're having this conversation right now. And maybe. Why are we doing this? I guess I'm being responsible or to the work that I made to make sure that people see it because I thought maybe it was a value. For them to see. But. I think. As soon as you start explaining why you did something it is a lie. Demystify? It doesn't matter. What I say about it. Everything that I really have to say is in the movie. And so if this serves as a. Narrow to say. Okay. Go to see the movie, then it's probably a good thing. It's very nice to meet you. Thank you so much for being here. Okay. Thank you. Thank you very much. Julian Schnabel is a painter and an artist. He's also the director of attorneys gate, new bio-pic of Vincent Van Gogh. You can see that film in theaters now, we're coming up on Q creed to lands in theaters. This week Stephen capable junior is the director to coming right up. He's going to tell you what it's like to work with the original rocky.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on The Frame
"It kind of told us what to do it it it played a part in the shooting of this film, where did you shoot this film? And was it. Close to where Van Gogh painted close. It was all the places we really it was like a little roadmap of where he was. I mean, some places literally San Romy we weren't shooting in the very bad because that's like been turned into a museum. But that still functions as as a hospital part of it's a museum part of its hospital. But the trees the grounds then the same some of the landscapes, they're recognizable. You can almost approximate his perspective of where he painted. And then, of course, Paris and then over sir Woz where he's buried and where he was at toward the end of his life actors talk about how maybe putting on a pair of shoes or some piece of word robe or a prop helps them understand a character in this story. Did you start seeing the world differently? Do you start seeing it as a painter which isn't rely? On a prop or a piece of costume? Yes. It's it's related to an activity that you learn, you know, and I learned how to paint and Julian was very good and generous teacher he taught me how to see differently. And of course, I was eager to make that leap to see a new way. And it had a lot to do with white. And also had a lot to do with making marks and thinking of color talking to each other colored defined in relationship to each other. But the marks were very important because you really see when you're painting. A series of marks. They start talking to each other. And then they create something that you never could have supposed. I Van Gogh used to talk about great painting is not painting things as they are. But as you see them, which I thought is interesting when you are learning how to paint are you learning how to paint as Willem Dafoe who is then going to paint Aspen and go I'm I'm not making those distinctions. I mean, that's a perfectly good question. But I'm not that's that's getting that's going down a different road. I'm just trying to -ccomplish the task and the task is yes for Sam getting familiar with the materials, I'm learning how to show hold brush. I'm learning how where to organize my paints, but above all out look at things. I mean, I remember one day Julian we were out and he wanted me to paint a Cyprus tree. And I try to paint the Cyprus straight. And he was like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. What look you see that dark spot. You see that yellow? He started pointing these things out to me. And I started see them. He's it. We'll do that something about you. You rush to get not the reality of it. But they almost like the signifier, you know, we're so trained to have to reproduce things or have things function. If we see a tree we wanna tree, but really what he was encouraging mid to do is see everything that that tree is it comes together in the form of a tree. But it's really. Shapes colors in light. And that's what you're dealing with. And when you start to think like that you start to look at everything differently. And of course, I'm not sustaining that all the time. But in the context of our scenarios and being Vincent Van Gogh in making this movie, you're encouraging that kind of thinking, and of course, the you're able to read his letters which are quite sincere and quite clear, and quite inspirational and with the physical practice of painting. Then you have a key into what he's talking about. And before you know, it you're talking and thinking in a way that you've never thought before. So who is that? That's Vincent Van Gogh. That's my Vincent Van Gogh. Does that happen in a moment you wake up one day? And you've you think you've got it. Isn't it a piffle or a process? Listen, I can only talk about that in retrospect, right because it's over. But in the middle of your in the middle of it. But you're also aided by the fact that you go to location. My wife wasn't with me. I was living like a monk. I was in the actual places in our it was brutal cold Lexcen. Yeah. Brutally cold. It's a whole world. You know, I'm leaving myself behind because I have very few things to support who I am normally one of the things that is noticeable about this film is that it feels observed and.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on The Frame
"From the Mon broadcast center at KP. See this is the frame, I'm John horn. And thanks for joining us during our fall. Membership drive today on the show we have a conversation with actor will Afo. He's now starring in a new movie called at attorneys gape to folk plays Vincent Van Gogh toward the end of his life. The movie is directed and co written by the artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel, and it's not all that interested in Van Gogh's mental health instead at attorneys gate is focused on Van Gogh's painting. How the Dutch artists all light and color and texture. It's also about Van Gogh's friendship with a French painter Paul Gauguin who's played in the film by Oscar Isaac when Willem Dafoe join me in the studio at KPCC early this week, I asked as I always do at the start of an interview if his mobile phone was turned off. I don't carry him for you. Congratulations radical. That's good. You can spend more time talking reading scene. Seen as opposed to looking looking at people. Yeah. Sounds like good training for playing a painter. Yes. I wanna ask you about Willem. Welcome to the show. I should welcome. Thanks. Sure. I wanna ask you about the shooting of this film. Because in watching it, I imagined there are a lot of early mornings and late evenings. Because the way that this. Film captures light is extrordinary. And I wonder what that was like on a given day because the light in this film is without equal. Right. I think that's well observed and light is important one of the first things I had to learn how to paint for this just practically and also as a key to the character. And the first thing I learned was concept of painting, the light, and then from in terms of the DP, and and Julian composing things nature was, you know, a big character in this..
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on KCRW
"Vincent Van Gogh and his final years as he paints. His last works at the natural world around him. Insulator November sixteenth. Good morning, I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW quick update on the Wolsey fire. It now stands at eighty three thousand acres five percent containment more than one hundred seventy homes destroyed at this point. Although that number is expected to go much higher. Another fifty seven thousand threatened mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for wide area, including all of Malibu park and bell canyon as well. As parts of Thousand Oaks, thirty two hundred firefighters are finding the blaze while the big concerns. The winds expected as pick up today with winds of twenty five to thirty five miles per hour. And at times gusts of fifty to sixty. We'll have more information coming up. Joyal Snyder with these headlines dozens of world leaders are in Paris today. Commemorating the end of World War One. They include President Trump who was preparing to speak at a cemetery outside Paris where American soldiers are buried. He's been criticized for cancelling yesterday's visit to an American cemetery in northern France. Because of the weather election workers in Florida recounting ballots in the states contested races for US Senate and governor the narrow vote margins triggered the recounts by the Florida secretary of state the recounts must be completed by Thursday. And there are other races remain undecided following Tuesday's midterm elections, including the one for Georgia governor in the US Senate race in Arizona. On trial Snyder NPR news from Washington. Support.
"It's recess at what world wind this week has been, and I don't want to alarm you, but it's only Tuesday speaking of which the work week is too long. Why isn't it for days of business and three days of brunch? As would be fair, it's time for the news or as I like to call it your recess from the real news here we go today in news that is great, Meghan Markle and Meghan. Markle's husband, Prince, Harry, I haven't baby. I'm very excited for them. And I know this baby will be very, very cute. But just in case, maybe riana and Archie from Riverdale should have a baby to just so recovered also because Cardi b. chose to name her baby culture. The very, very good name. Cardi baby is still up for grabs. So somebody take advantage of that. Do you wanna party with Ilan musk me neither. But here's the thing. Elon Musk has his own brand of tequila called tesla Keila as in tesla Keila for when you want to get drunk and talk about space and how smart you are and where did everybody go? The k pop group b. t. s. of idle. The song's lash music video of the summer is making a movie. The movie is called burn the stage colon, the movie, and it comes out November fifteenth to screaming. Crowds of me. I'm gonna see it k- pop his gripped me and it won't let go. It feels like eating cotton candy with my eyeballs while various genres of music play all at once and I love it for some reason, Michael boo, Blais who is in many ways. The opposite of k. pop is retiring from using altogether. All Michael boob way don't go when you sing. It's like a roomba made entirely of velvet is rolling through my brain, and there's no way to replicate that no way that is safe. At least as you may remember Willem Dafoe is playing Vincent Van Gogh in a movie because their names rhyme. That's okay. Testing works right. The thing is willing to fo- is sixty three and Van Gogh was only thirty seven when he died. But according to Willem that's no big deal. He said quote, I was surprised that he was only thirty seven years old and then I looked and did some research on what the average age of mortality was in France in the late nineteenth century forty years old. Now it's seventy years old. So without being too cute about it, today's seventy was yesteryears forty and quote, you heard it here folks from Willem Dafoe seventy is the new forty eighty is the new fifty and by nineteenth century French standards. I am a twelve month old baby who for some reason has student loans. All I can think about today is brunch who wants to go get pumpkin spice. Pancakes with me. I'm raising my own hand because that's called self care. Take care guys. I've alluvia Harewood at if you enjoy recess, keep it going by becoming a patron at patriot dot com. I will catch you next time and until then recess journed. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor, got something you want to say to the creator of the show, send them a voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"The paintings and life story vincent van gogh would appear to make the case that there's a connection between great art and madness but just that apparent link have any real basis in science rita braver takes a closer look story starring in the midst of his fierce and ultimately losing battle with madness vincent van gogh made some of the most beloved paintings in the world darkness they are highly expressive and they're certainly informed by what must have been you know these awful experiences of mental breakdowns mary morton curators french paintings at the national gallery of art in washington says this self portrait was painted in the mental asylum after van gogh famously cut off a piece of his own ear but it's the other side he displays in this work what do you think he wanted to show us in this one the good side the fact that he really is okay no not necessarily i mean does he look okay to you he looks mysterious and kind of torture a little bit sick he's haunted is what he is he looks very haunted and i think that he's expressing that very honest way months later van gogh is widely believed to have committed suicide and he is just one of scores of visual artists writers musicians and other creative people who are known or believed to have suffered from mental illness study after study after study has shown the their disproportionate rate of mood disorders in particular in highly creative people kay redfield jamison is professor of psychiatry at johns hopkins university school of medicine and is considered a leading expert on mood disorders in artists what is known about what goes on in the brain that might create a relationship between mania of some kind and creativity one of the things that has been observed since mania was first written about is that people have more energy more drive the tick more risks is also the profound despair the comes from depression that gives them a different kind of a precision of human condition some.
"vincent van gogh" Discussed on No Jumper
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