Loving Vincent is the first fully painted film. The film is based on Vincent Van Gogh’s life and the mysterious suicide. All 52,400 frames in Loving Vincent, an animated feature about Vincent Van Gogh’s mysterious suicide, will be hand-painted in oils by professional artists in the Dutchman’s distinctive style.
Loving Vincent is Directed by Dorota Kobiela and Produced by Sean Bobbitt and Hugh Welchman and Written by Hugh Welchman and Dorota Kobiela. The story is about his life and they believe he didn’t suicide,it may have been murder. The Main Cast of the Movie are Douglas Booth stars as Armand Roulin, Robert Gulaczyk stars as Vincent van Gogh, Eleanor Tomlinson stars as Adeline Ravoux, Jerome Flynn stars as Doctor Paul Gachet and other great actors. Loving Vincent will release in 2017 ( United Kingdom).

This movie is seriously piece of art.Loving Vincent is an inspiration for all artist all over the world. The trailer shows us that the artist worked so hard for this film. This movie is not a easy task for them but they did it.


Now, Who was Vincent Van Gogh ??


Vincent Van Gogh is well-known painter nowadays, his work was not recognized when he was alive. He was born on March 30, 1853, Zundert, Netherlands. He studied at Brussels Academy. He was remained poor and virtually unknown throughout his life.

Van Gogh was a post-impressionist painter whose work is notable for its beauty, emotions and color highly influenced 20th-century art.
Van Gogh died in France on July 1890,at age 37 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

His artwork is still famous among us. His first painting was the”Potato Eaters” 1885.


His famous artwork ‘The Starry Night’ 1889 is still at the museum of Modern Art of Museum,New York.


The Starry Night Over The Rhone
The Yellow House
The Night Cafe

Van Gogh artwork is all over the world have been acquire paintings,drawing and graphic works. His work was not recognized as it is today.





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