The End of Fear by Van Gogh

The End of Fear

The End of Fear by Van Gogh

The End of Fear is a painting by Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh. It was created towards the end of his life when he was driven to create a work of art that would influence the public and strike at the very foundation of a modern society. The painting is of a mother and daughter in the garden, the very symbol of peace between the modern age and war. This article uncovers the life of Van Gogh through the words of his own paintings. The words help us understand what this artist’s work was really like and how he lived his life.

The word is used 5 times in The End of Fear and refers to a moment which shows the progression of events which will result in total destruction of a city. The painting was created around this time and is focused on a couple walking on a bridge which leads to the sea. Van Gogh’s words describe the bridge as a symbol of a new era which is about to begin. The painting then portrays an overall view of a city in ruin, with busy skyscrapers and people’s Buildings just a stone’s throw away from the sea.

This painting represents Van Gogh’s feelings on war, peace and his own frustration with the stigmata that followed his attempt at creating art. The painting is not a simple painting, it is a masterpiece and has even been referred to as one of the greatest creations of all time. People have even come to see the End of Fear in a cinema, which is a first as only a few artists have attempted this. The painting is something that will stay with you forever and will leave you with some deep and disturbing questions.