Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) was a Dutch painter, who was one of the most influential artists in history. He was best known for his work during the last ten years of his life, which he spent in France. Van Gogh’s paintings are characterized by bold colors and brushstrokes and an intensity of emotion. Although he died at age 37, he produced over 2000 works of art during his short career. Because of his emotional struggles with mental illness, however, he was never completely happy with his own work. Van Gogh was a well-known painter who spent much of his life in mental institutions; he died by suicide in 1890. Some experts believe that Van Gogh suffered from bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Van Gogh’s works have been hugely influential in the world of art, and his paintings have been reproduced countless times. Van Gogh is among the most popular painters in the world, and his work continues to be beloved by millions of people. Despite his tragic life and untimely death, Vincent Van Gogh remains one of the most celebrated artists in history. Through his stunning and timeless artwork, Van Gogh’s legacy lives on today.