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A tourist has made a good impression when he took a photograph of a cloudy sky, that looked like it’s straight out of a Vincent van Gogh painting.

Yesterday in Berlin, 31, was on holiday in Belgium when he was looking up to see swirling clouds of blue and gray, the sun is shining, and the towers that are in the vicinity of the city of Bruges, Belfry of bruges, bell tower.

The scene was similar to van Gogh’s 19th-century masterpiece, “starry night,” as he took a few steps.

A tourist has made a good impression when he took a photograph of a cloudy sky, that looked like it’s straight out of a Vincent van Gogh painting. The scene was similar to van Gogh’s 19th-century masterpiece, “starry night,” as he took a few steps.
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Canadian doctor describes the moment when, in July, as magical as it is beautiful.”

“The clouds were very striking, and the effect of the sun’s rays in the camera is made out of a very interesting type of vortex, look at,” Berlin said. “That, combined with the wonderful architecture in Bruges, and a good light, it all came together in a wonderful oil-on-canvas feel.”

“I think it will be a Night-time atmosphere, with its clouds, and the tower,” he added. “The cloud-filled sky, really seeing it as a work by van Gogh, and it makes you wonder whether or not this is the kind of thing that inspired him.”

Post-impressionist artist, Van Gogh painted “The starry night” in June 1889, and was inspired by the view from his asylum room at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.
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Yesterday in Berlin, 31, was on holiday in Belgium when he was looking up to see swirling clouds of blue and gray, the sun is shining, and the towers that are in the vicinity of the city of Bruges, Belfry of bruges, bell tower.
(SWNS)

Post-impressionist artist, Van Gogh painted “The starry night” in June 1889, and was inspired by the view from his asylum room at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.

Researchers at the Rochester Institute of Technology (mit) and the Museum of Modern Art in New York has ruled that the sky was painted with ultramarine and cobalt blue, and the moon was painted with Indian yellow and together zinc yellow.

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