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39 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Vincent Van Gogh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Vincent Van Gogh, often where they are interviewed.

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39 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Vincent Van Gogh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Vincent Van Gogh, often where they are interviewed.

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Re-ReleaseEp. 16 - Vincent Van Gogh's "Postman Joseph Roulin" (1888)

The Lonely Palette
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The Lonely Palette is currently the podcast-in-residence at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and we're partnering up to bring the museum to you during its closure due to Covid-19 by spotlighting both the rock star and the lesser-known objects from the museum's permanent collection. So relax into your PJs, put your feet up, and let's #MuseumFromHome together.

This week: You've just had a manic break, cut off a piece of your ear, and gifted it to a prostitute. Who ya gonna call? Your get-a-grip postman friend, of course!

See the image: http://www.thelonelypalette.com/episodes/2017/3/27/episode-16-vincent-van-goghs-postman-joseph-roulin-1888

Music used:
The Andrews Sisters, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen"
The Blue Dot Sessions, "Step In Step Out", "Scratcher", "Over the Fence", "Scalloped", "On Belay"
Lee Rosevere, "Curiosity"
Joe Dassin, “Les Champs-Elysees”

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May 21 2020

22mins

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Is There a Word From the Lord? - Resurrection, Doubt, & Vincent Van Gogh - [Quarantine Session: Conflict & Constructive Change]

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We’re told one of the responses to Jesus’ resurrection is that “some doubted.” Is this okay? Especially in light of this year’s Easter and the chaos that exists in tension with the hope. But what if the doubt isn’t bad? What if the embracing of conflict could actually compel the very thing our questions are looking for? If Resurrection is going to happen, it might actually involve the dance with doubt, questions, and utilizing conflict to imagine a better world.

Apr 19 2020

1hr 23mins

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Vincent Van Gogh: A Portrait of Neuropsychiatric Illness

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Vincent Van Gogh is one of the most influential of all post impressionist artists. Known for his emotive and intensely expressive style, he is also known for excessive suffering in his short 37 year life. But what caused Vincent's extreme moods and did his mental issues contribute to the beauty and originality in his artwork?

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Mar 09 2020

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Jack the Ripper was Vincent Van Gogh? It sounds crazy, but possible. Dale Larner, author, is our guest

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Vincent van Gogh was not as he seems. In 1888, at the age of 35, he was looking for something unique in art for the upcoming exhibition at the 1889 World’s Fair. He found that uniqueness in murder. He created the persona of Jack the Ripper over that summer and then reaped the power that came from murder when he traveled to London over the autumn to kill again and again as Jack the Ripper.

But Van Gogh was a murderer long before he became Jack the Ripper. He made his first kill fifteen years earlier at the age of 20 when he was transferred from The Hague, Holland to London in May of 1873, by Goupil’s, the art dealer he worked for.

It was believed Vincent first lived in the Battersea area in the S.E. district. He then moved to the nearby Brixton area in August, and on September 5, just five days before his mother’s September 10 birthday, the body parts of an unidentified woman were found floating in the River Thames. Vincent had moved and then had murdered.

Nine months later, in the midst of being rejected by his landlady’s 19-year-old daughter, Vincent murdered again, and the lower half of a woman’s body was found in the Thames.

Over the years, Van Gogh gave up on being an art dealer to be a preacher like his father, but when he failed at that, he turned to becoming a painter. His younger brother, Theo, then supported him financially for the last ten years of his life. Vincent moved back home to Holland but was thrown out by his father due to his contentious attitude. Then in 1885, after Vincent had returned to again live under his father’s roof, his preacher father was found dead on the threshold of his home one fine Sunday afternoon.

Vincent’s sisters and others blamed him indirectly for their father’s sudden death because of the unrelenting arguing and trouble he had caused, but I believe the evidence shows Vincent was more directly responsible for his father’s death, and that, in fact, he laid hands on his preacher father and killed him. He was a serial killer, after all.

Vincent then moved in with Theo in Paris in 1886, but there was a problem. Theo had an ex-girlfriend living in his apartment that he wanted out, and during a time when Theo returned to Holland for a visit, the body parts of a woman were found deposited in street urinals in Paris. Vincent had solved Theo’s problem. Vincent also traveled from Paris to London in 1887 for another murder, and a woman’s body parts were again found in the Thames.

It was then in 1888 that Vincent moved to the South of France for something new in art and discovered that it was murder that would give him the power he needed for his paintings. He made several trips back to London from August to December and murdered seven women under the guise of his created persona, Jack the Ripper. He also killed another during this same time as himself, using his old method, making the total he killed in the year of the eights to be 8.

After cutting off his ear at the end of 1888, Vincent was in and out of the hospital and was then committed to an asylum at his own request, where he then worked on the asylum director to obtain freedom to go out into the country to paint for days at a time. Once he had obtained his freedom, he used it to travel back to London, and he killed three more in 1889.

Vincent’s final murder was his own. He shot himself in the stomach soon after he had moved closer to Paris, and he then died on July 29, 1890. His brother, Theo, then lost his mind from grief and guilt and died six months later.

In VINCENT ALIAS JACK, the words and actions of Vincent van Gogh are meticulously matched up to those of Jack the Ripper. The evidence is overwhelming, and the conclusion is unavoidable—Vincent van Gogh was Jack the Ripper!

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Feb 15 2020

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Ep. 17 Vincent Van Gogh

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World renowned painter and professional mooch. Today we talk about Van Gogh, his trials throughout life and his loving and compassionate brother who funded pretty much all of Vincent's life.

Jan 09 2020

24mins

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Vincent Van Gogh: Reality Behind reality

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Tim Keel

All the Saints Adore Thee: Creatives and the Kingdom

Week 4, Vincent Van Gogh: Reality Behind reality

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Nov 24 2019

40mins

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ACTA 62- Why Study Vincent Van Gogh?

Anyone Can Teach Art | from Ridge Light Ranch
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Vincent van Gogh is one of the best-known artists of all time. He's known for his unique style and strangely beautiful works and art, but also for his short, tragic life. Today we're talking about van Gogh and what we love about his art.

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Nov 14 2019

1hr 13mins

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Ramblings pt 28 +Vincent Van Gogh Speech

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Talked a bit then shared my speech with you, enjoy! -Lizzie

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Oct 25 2019

35mins

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#69 – Vincent Van Gogh

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Vincent Van Gogh - inner ear dialogue as translated and re-represented on the Friday Night Death live music show.

Oct 25 2019

24mins

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Ep 63 - The Death of Vincent Van Gogh

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After Van Gogh died everyone just attributed his death to a suicide considering the state of his mental health but is it possible that Van Gogh was actually murdered?
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Jul 06 2019

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