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whiteguyinchina from private IP /all On the Trail of Losers Van Gogh, Cézanne, and Matisse in the South of France These men were unwashed, had broken teeth and syphilis, argued incessantly about paints and canvases, drank and smoked heavily, left their bar tabs unpaid, and were generally derided by their contemporaries _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 20:38:16 -0700
whiteguyinchina from private IP /all Van Gogh was a particular weirdo, falling in love with syphilic prostitutes, to the shock of his clergy family members. Could not hold down a job. Went to South of France to visit Cezanne I believe but they quarreled so violently that he nearly stabbed him. _reply Fri, 15 Mar 2024 20:47:13 -0700
whiteguyinchina from private IP /all Gauguin’s decision to leave Arles was apparently too much for van Gogh’s fragile sanity. The next day, Gauguin reports that van Gogh chased after him in the street with a razor blade. Gauguin checked into a hotel for his safety, not knowing that his housemate had returned home and inexplicably cut off the lower part of his left ear. According to police reports, van Gogh then went to a local brothel, asked for a woman named Rachel, and presented the wrapped and bloody ear to her as a keepsake. _reply Sat, 16 Mar 2024 07:51:59 -0700
Andy from private IP /all Truly, you are a poet of conflict. _reply Sat, 16 Mar 2024 09:03:10 -0700
whiteguyinchina from private IP /all Moreover, assuming that both brothers had contracted syphilis in the brothels of Paris (March 1886 – February 1888), it is impossible that they developed so quickly neurosyphilis mental disorder, which occurs 10 to 20 years after infection. I would say that they assume paris was his first time whoring. But actually he was a weirdo in 1870s, whereby he did his ink sketches and slammed around the poor areas of Amsterdam. Because he was a loser, he caught syphilis while trying to be a clergyman. It's entirely possible he went to brothels from the tome his cousin rejected him. _reply Sat, 16 Mar 2024 09:07:15 -0700
whiteguyinchina from private IP /all Also his brother Theo died of syphilis 6 months after Vincent, so the claim the disease did not have time to develop makes no sense. Those dudes were gross https://www.dailyartmagazine.com/artists-syphilis/ _reply Sat, 16 Mar 2024 09:15:04 -0700
zerosugar from private IP /all maybe for their time they were normal albeit a bit eccentric. i think it’s interesting van gogh was a red head. he seemed like a hard core depressive. can mental illness make somebody a loser? perhaps if they wallow in self pity too long. _reply Sat, 16 Mar 2024 10:13:40 -0700
whiteguyinchina from private IP /all It was a fascinating time because they really believed in what they were doing, even though they were poor, ill, dirty, and had to beg syphilic prostitutes for attention. For example, when vangogh painted that famous portrait of the prostitute, I would bet he negotiated some sort of sex payment. That would be a loser move. Their teeth fell out, their genitals rotted off, they suffered from malnutrition. Yet they really went for it artistically. I mean you get people with rotten teeth and genitals all over major US cities, but I have nary seen one of them paint. _reply Sun, 17 Mar 2024 19:02:59 -0700
Wily from private IP /all Edgar Allen Poe died raving and wearing another man's clothes. His detractors published that he died of alcoholism in the newspapers of the time. The modern hypothesis is he died of rabies. Horrific but somewhat apt way to go.
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