The Potato Eaters
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Vincent Van Gogh painted the five figures in earth tones – ‘something like the shade of a truly dusty potato, unpeeled obviously’. The message of the artistic creation meant quite a bit to Van Gogh than right life structures or specialized flawlessness. He was exceptionally satisfied with the outcome: yet his artistic creation drew significant analysis in light of the fact that its tones were so dull and the figures brimming with botches. These days, the Potato Eaters is one of Van Gogh’s most well-known works.