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"Van Gogh was impulsive." - Joni Mitchell

"I feel close to Marvin Gaye, Vincent van Gogh, because nobody appreciated his work until he was dead. Now it's worth millions." - Tupac Shakur

"Loneliness is a kind of prison. [Vincent Van Gogh]" - Irving Stone

"I had a Vincent van Gogh, a small Provencal landscape. We sold it. If you're going to have a van Gogh it should be a really good van Gogh." - Pierre Berge

"I will be an artist. I am sure I will. [Vincent Van Gogh]" - Irving Stone

"It's so easy to love. The only hard thing is to be loved. [Vincent Van Gogh]" - Irving Stone

"Someday my paintings will be hanging in the Louvre. [Vincent Van Gogh]" - Irving Stone

"Van Gogh would"ve sold more than one painting if he"d put tigers in them." - Bill Watterson

"Van Gogh would've sold more than one painting if he'd put tigers in them." - Bill Watterson

"Mozart. Vivaldi. Van Gogh. Stretched their genius on struggle, stress and survival." - Billy Cannon

"I think that Van Gogh is really the ultimate crazy artist that we all think of." - Ellen Forney

"So, okay, I'm not a genius. Vincent Van Gogh and Albert Einstein were geniuses." - Bonnie Bassler

"We shot that in all the real places where Van Gogh worked." - Vincente Minnelli

"It's only a few nutcases who do art for themselves, like Van Gogh." - David Bailey

"I thought it would be very nice to become Picasso or Rembrandt, or a van Gogh." - Dick Bruna

"I always liked the Van Gogh story because I was terribly involved in that." - Vincente Minnelli

"I have many favorite artists... Van Gogh as one, but he didn't really sing a lot!" - Colin Mochrie

"What is drawing? It is working oneself through an invisible iron wall that seems to stand between what one feels and what one can do. - Vincent van Gogh, The Letters of Vincent van Gogh to His Brother" - Hokusai

"It may be a point of great pride to have a Van Gogh on the living room wall, but the prospects of having Van Gogh himself in the living room would put a great many devoted art lovers to rout." - Ben Shahn

"And then I went round the corner and there's a Van Gogh portrait, and you just think, well, this is another level. A higher level, actually. I love the Sargent, but it's not the level of Van Gogh." - David Hockney

"Monet, Manet, Sisley, Renoir, Van Gogh and others went outside to paint for one simple reason - it looks different outside." - Mike Svob

"You cannot be the good all the time - sometimes it is necessary to get angry. [Vincent Van Gogh]" - Irving Stone

"Genius gives birth, talent delivers. What Rembrandt or Van Gogh saw in the night can never be seen again." - Jack Kerouac

"Then I abandoned comics for fine art because I had some romantic vision of being like Vincent Van Gogh Jr." - Bill Griffith

"I rage against Vincent van Gogh for needing to die at 37, after painting for only ten years." - Jerry Saltz

"My friend, the Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh, was murdered in 2004 for having been insufficiently reverent toward Islam." - Ayaan Hirsi Ali

"I'm one of the more pessimistic cats on the planet. I make Van Gogh look like a rodeo clown." - Dennis Miller

"The whole idea of comparing climbers is ludicrous. It would be like sitting Van Gogh down with Rembrandt and saying, Ready, get set, go." - Pat Ament

"Learn to trust yourself. That's very vital. ... Just stand with yourself. Remember, in his lifetime, Van Gogh sold only two paintings. I personally sold even fewer." - Eric Idle

"Van Gogh was asked how he created such beautiful paintings. He said I dream my paintings and then I paint my dreams." - Bob Proctor

"I have got an iPad, what a joy! Van Gogh would have loved it, and he could have written his letters on it as well." - David Hockney

"My velvet Elvis means the world to me. Although he may not be worth much dough, he means more to me than some old Rembrandt or Van Gogh." - Al Yankovic

"Sex doesn't sell as well as we thought. If we would not sell the Van Gogh and Co., it would be a very serious problem." - Patrick Demarchelier

"I think a single sentence by Van Gogh is better than the whole work of all the art critics and art historians put together." - John Olsen

"Everyone said to Vincent van Gogh, "You can't be a great painter, you only have one ear." And you know what he said? "I can't hear you." - Steve Carell

"Vincent Van Gogh, who said to the hat salesman, I like it, but it keeps sliding over my ear. Never got a dinner!" - Red Buttons

"Art and resistance are great together. That's what art's made for. Look at Vincent van Gogh: He didn't cut off his ear because he was selling well." - Albert Brooks

"Van Gogh writing his brother for paints Hemingway testing his shotgun Celine going broke as a doctor of medicine the impossibility of being human" - Charles Bukowski

"I don't think it was pain that made [Vincent Van Gogh] great - I think his painting brought him whatever happiness he had." - David Lynch

"The significant element that is common to Rivera, Siqueros, Picasso, Pollock, Van Gogh and Frida Kahlo is the expression of pain." - Billy Cannon

"I don't care if people think I am an overactor, as long as they enjoy what I do. People who think that would call Van Gogh an overpainter." - Jim Carrey

"I loved moustaches. I used to draw myself with one. When I was 14, I was really into war and Van Gogh." - Billy Childish

"If I could have any artist's work on my sitting room wall it would probably be by Van Gogh or Picasso." - Juliet Stevenson

"Your work may be great and not make its way into the big picture... like Van Gogh... so who's to say what's good and bad?" - Frank Gehry

"What if Van Gogh had taken medication for his mental illness? Would the world have been deprived of a great artist?" - Peter D. Kramer

"One association with the arts that I vividly remember was a magazine called Normal Instructor, a teachers' magazine, that Miss George would hold up with illustrations of great artworks like [Vincent] van Gogh and Rembrandt [van Rijn]." - Paul Smith

"When van Gogh paints sunflowers, he reveals, or achieves, the vivid relation between himself, as man, and the sunflower, as sunflower, at that quick moment of time. His painting does not represent the sunflower itself. We shall never know what the sunflower itself is. And the camera will visualize the sunflower far more perfectly than van Gogh can." - D H Lawrence

"I knew that I had to find out more about van Gogh. Even though I was far too young, and felt I did not have sufficient technique to write a book about Vincent van Gogh, I knew I had to try. If I didn't I would never write anything else." - Irving Stone

"Someone who copies a Van Gogh does not therefore become Van Gogh, and the same would go for Mozart or anyone else who contributed something that was original. Certainly in the way that I described visualizing numbers in abstract, meaningful shapes." - Daniel Tammet

"What makes people the world over stand in line for Van Gogh is not that they will see beautiful pictures but that in an indefinable way they will come away feeling better human beings. And that is exactly what Van Gogh hoped for." - John Russell

"My sisters were in that van." - Lauren Destefano

"I have Van Gogh's ear for music" - Stephen Fry

"You have Van Gogh's ear for music." - Billy Wilder

"Van Halen is a work in progress." - Alex Van Halen

"He has Van Gogh's ear for music." - Billy Wilder

"It would be horrible if there was no competition. It's what people want to see - they either like you or they don't. Not everybody likes Van Gogh. Or Bob Dylan! So you have Neil Young...or Ozzy Osbourne." - Kate Hudson

"The artist cannot look to others to validate his efforts or his calling. If you don't believe me, ask Van Gogh, who produced masterpiece after masterpiece and never found a buyer in his whole life." - Steven Pressfield

"When I have a terrible need of - shall I say the word -religion. Then I go out and paint the stars. -Vincent Van Gogh A mistake is simply another way of doing things." - Katharine Graham

"Michael Jordan didn't become a great basketball player because he wanted to do product endorsements. Van Gogh didn't become a great painter because he dreamed that one day his paintings would sell for $50 million." - Jack D. Schwager

"Michael Jordan did' become a great basketball player because he wanted to do product endorsements. Van Gogh did' become a great painter because he dreamed that one day his paintings would sell for $50 million." - Jack D. Schwager

"Art has become more than painting, sculpture or music: art is more than Van Gogh painting a landscape or Wagner composing an opera. The whole of reality itself has become the object of art." - Paul Virilio

"Van Gogh, among others, believed in the religion of art, which, whatever else it involved, made it clear that art is more than the sum of its material characteristics and not simply a reflection of everyday life." - Donald Kuspit

"If you're starting to lose your faith in the general intelligence of the American populous, there's nothing like them mistaking pop culture for Van Gogh as a sign that people still read their history books and care about art." - Ben Feldman

"I was envious of [Vincent] Van Gogh because I could never make a painting that beautiful! (Ridiculous, I know.) That was when the character of Ivy [Wilkes] began to take shape for me." - Liza Campbell

"Someday I would love to write about Vincent van Gogh - his paintings and letters continue to inspire me very much. But it remains hard to find the time and inner rest to write." - Henri Nouwen

"I'm not sure that Van Gogh got up in the morning and looked at the crows and the bizarre clouds and went damn that's a good painting, you know? No, he considered shooting himself, and one day he did." - Mick Farren

"My first sense of myself was as an artist, a painter. I would see a Van Gogh painting and just love it, the more emotional and passionate the more it attracted me." - Philip Schultz

"But I owe something to Vincent [Van Gogh], and that is... the confirmation of my own original ideas about painting. And also, at difficult moments, the remembrance that one finds others unhappier than oneself." - Paul Gauguin

"Van Gogh is the best example of how a person can be on the right track, propelled by gut feeling and some kind of strange obsessive stubborn conviction, that no one seems to understand." - Jim Rowe

"When a 'Life of Brian' comes out with Muhammad in the lead role, directed by an Arab equivalent of Theo van Gogh, it will be a huge step forward." - Ayaan Hirsi Ali

"I can't cut off an ear everyday. Do the Van Gogh here and the Mozart there. Anyway it's exhausting enough always having to check up on what one is really doing!." - Martin Kippenberger

"I thought maybe I could become like the next Van Gogh. I bought a sunflower and painted it, and it looked like the work of a 6-year-old." - Takeshi Kitano

"There's the artist's intimacy and truthfulness to himself, but an equal intimacy to the Other [the one drawn]. Picasso drawings are like that... the Rembrandts are like that. The artist who most often did that was Van Gogh." - John Berger

"My app is the same juicy paint used by Vincent Van Gogh; my screen is the woven canvas of Titian. Painting by hand, I've come to figure, is a certain kind of love." - Robert Genn

"The terrorists who committed the 2003 Istanbul attacks were locals, that is, Turks. And when filmmaker Theo van Gogh was murdered in the Netherlands last year, the murderer and his supporters were also part of the Muslim community." - Otto Schily

"I have to accept my role. I will never kill myself like Vincent Van Gogh. Nor will I paint beautiful water lilies like Monet. I can't do that. I'm in the idiot role of being a kiddie book person." - Maurice Sendak

"My wife was the first art collector in the family, and I didn't become interested until around 1973. The first important artwork we bought was a Van Gogh drawing of two peasant houses in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer." - Eli Broad

"It is not a certain conformity of manners that the painting of Van Gogh attacks, but rather the conformity of institutions themselves. And even external nature, with her climates, her tides, and her equinoctial storms, cannot, after Van Gogh's stay upon earth, maintain the same gravitation." - Antonin Artaud

"Eddie Van Halen was probably the most influential." - Tony Iommi

"A van backed through my windscreen into my wife's face." - Abraham Maslow

"Louis van Gaal has nothing more to learn." - Louis van Gaal

"I live in a van, down by the river!" - Chris Farley

"Sitting on a cornflake, waiting for the van to come." - John Lennon

"Bang goes another kanga on the bonnet of the van" - Kate Bush

"Scholes and Van Nistelrooy drugged the last two defenders." - Ron Atkinson

"I was a typical Valley teen, in smoggy Van Nuys." - Ed Begley Jr

"If Pride leads the Van, Beggary brings up the Rear." - Benjamin Franklin

"Remember the band, Flock of Seagulls? They had their van stolen. I was like, They still have a van?" - Craig Ferguson

"Genius gives birth, talent delivers. What Rembrandt or Van Gogh saw in the night can never be seen again. Born writers of the future are amazed already at what they're seeing now, what we'll all see in time for the first time, and then see imitated many times by made writers." - Jack Kerouac

"They say that art comes from the soul. The more drama in an artist's life, the more he can draw on for his art. Van Gogh and Picasso had troubled souls, but poor Steve Kaufman has been shot once, stabbed 3 times - all by women. That is a lot of drama for great art." - Robin Leach

"When the bad stuff was really intense in my life, it was really what you would call writer's block. Your facility is just not as good because you feel so bad. I've heard of people right on the verge of suicide coming up with some of their best work. I wish I could think of an example, other than Van Gogh, perhaps!" - John Fogerty

"Technology is mechanical and contrary to the emotions that inform a person's life. The country music field has especially been hit hard by this. All my songs have been written by people who went out of fashion years ago. Just like da Vinci and Renoir and van Gogh. Nobody paints like that anymore. But it can't be wrong to try." - Bob Dylan

"A genial and cultured Arab, Ameen Rihani, whose English is perfect and whose eloquence is astounding. He will discuss with equal eagerness and knowledge the merits of Picasso or Van Gogh, or the Zionist question, or the British achievements in Arabia." - Kenneth Williams

"Although most of us know Vincent van Gogh in Arles and Paul Gauguin in Tahiti as if they were neighbors - somewhat disreputable but endlessly fascinating - none of us can name two French generals or department store owners of that period. I take enormous pride in considering myself an artist, one of the necessaries." - James A Michener

"I would say that Mickey Mouse has a greater influence on the American public than Shakespeare, Milton, Dante, Rabelais, Shostakovitch, Lenin, and/or Van Gogh. Which says 'What?' about the American Public. Disneyland remains the central attraction of Southern California, but the graveyard remains our reality." - Charles Bukowski

"When a chess player looks at the board, he does not see a static mosaic, a 'still life', but a magnetic field of forces, charged with energy - as Faraday saw the stresses surrounding magnets and currents as curves in space; or as Van Gogh saw vortices in the skies of Provence." - Arthur Koestler

"Inarticulate wretches have been behind most of the major advances in civilization. If Vincent Van Gogh had been able to get on with his neighbours, then he might have become an excellent painter-decorator, and received a big turn out at his funeral, and that would be that. But the genes wouldn't let him." - Declan Lynch

"The similarity between Van Gogh, Haiku poetry, and good photography is the concern for mortality. That things are very fleeting, that there are people who are more sensitive to death than others. The threat of time is of great concern to them. And the camera is a very appropriate instrument for many." - Dennis Stock

"Watching the news inspires me to keep going and reminds me why I should never complain. I'm inspired by those who don't let others define them: Martin Luther King Jr., James Dean, Vincent Van Gogh, Hillary Clinton, Tennessee Williams, director Steve McQueen. They've all changed the conversation by making their voices heard." - Robert Piper

"Artists are mostly shits of the worst order. You wouldn't want one living next door to you. Think about it: Vincent Van Gogh living next door, coming over to borrow your ear and a cup of sugar every morning-Good God!" - Stan Brakhage

"Van Gogh was so under appreciated in his time, he sold only one of his 900 paintings while alive. Posthumously, he became one of the most famous artists of all time and his work is now considered priceless. Oh the irony." - Vincent Van Gogh

"In general, you have great artists who have died far too early and who have left great cultural impact. If you look at people like Vincent van Gogh or Jean-Michel Basquiat-there's a long, long list of artists who have died in tragic circumstances, and far, far too early." - Simon de Pury

"Vincent van Gogh was sane when he painted that piece of art, because when you you feel the mania and depression, you have all the heaven and hell your heart has ever experienced that you can tap into, to be able to create something that can last several lifetimes." - Paul Dalio

"I was at an art museum with my parents, and was quite taken with a [Vincent] Van Gogh painting. I stood admiring the painting for some time, and then realized that in addition to feeling moved by the beauty of the painting, I felt a little jealous of the painter." - Liza Campbell

"I remind myself Vincent van Gogh died without having sold a single painting. Like, art is not measured by the trappings that people attached to it. It's the thing itself, and so, as you know, it's been a dream of mine to write songs for Disney, and so, it's really exciting to finally hear. It's two and a half years." - Lin-Manuel Miranda

"Autism's a very big spectrum. At one end of the spectrum, Einstein would probably be labeled autistic, Steve Jobs, half of Silicon Valley, you know, Van Gogh. And at the other end of the spectrum, you got much more severe handicaps where they never learn to speak." - Temple Grandin

"People are fond of spouting out the old cliche about how Van Gogh never sold a painting in his lifetime. Somehow his example serves to justify to us, decades later, that there is somehow merit in utter failure. Perhaps, but the man did commit suicide." - Hugh Macleod

"The editor of this catalog asked me to make a statement about my work. I do' have much to write: - Be a child of your age. - Be naturalistic against your own ego. - Be matter-of- fact toward your inner visions. - My love is dedicated to the four great masters of masculine mysticism: Maleskirchener (church-painters / muralists, fh), Grunewald, Breughel and Van Gogh." - Max Beckmann

"I want and need the artist to take me to new places, and the new place that Van Gogh took me not the sky as it is but the sky as he felt it. And the more of us that feel the universe, the better off we will be in this world." - Neil Degrasse Tyson

"When he painted a road, the roadmakers were there in his imagination, when he painted the turned earth of a ploughed field, the gesture of the blade turning the earth was included in his own act. Whenever he looked he saw the labour of existence; and this labour, recognised as such, was what constituted reality for him. (On Vincent Van Gogh)" - John Berger

"Deserts possess a particular magic, since they have exhausted their own futures, and are thus free of time. Anything erected there, a city, a pyramid, a motel, stands outside time. It's no coincidence that religious leaders emerge from the desert. Modern shopping malls have much the same function. A future Rimbaud, Van Gogh or Adolf Hitler will emerge from their timeless wastes." - J G Ballard

"It's rather splendid to think of all those great men and women who appear to have presented symptoms that allow us to describe them as bipolar. Whether it's Hemingway, Van Gogh... Robert Schumann has been mentioned... Virginia Woolf, Sylvia Plath... some of them with rather grim ends." - Stephen Fry

"I felt like it was inevitable that I was going to fail in life and die young. So I was frantically scrambling to document my stunts and pack my message into a bottle. I thought maybe I could be discovered after I'd died, like Van Gogh." - Steveo

"'The Night Cafe' and 'The Starry Night' still emit such pathos, density, and intensity that they send shivers down the spine. Whether Van Gogh thought in color or felt with his intellect, the radical color, dynamic distortion, heart, soul, and part-by-part structure in these paintings make him a bridge to a new vision and the vision itself." - Jerry Saltz

"I have been sent more ridiculous press notices. People are frequently comparing my work with Van Gogh... I do hope I do not get bloated and self-satisfied. When proud feelings come I step up over them to the realm of work, to the thing I want, the liveness of the thing itself." - Emily Carr

"I wanted to paint in a folk-artist-y way. My heroes were Van Gogh, Gauguin, Matisse, and Rembrandt. I think Picasso is about as a modern as I got. But I incorporated things that they rejected as well as movements that happened later." - Joni Mitchell

"In science, if you don't do it, somebody else will. Whereas in art, if Beethoven didn't compose the 'Ninth Symphony,' no one else before or after is going to compose the 'Ninth Symphony' that he composed; no one else is going to paint 'Starry Night' by van Gogh." - Neil Degrasse Tyson

"Find a beautiful piece of art. If you fall in love with Van Gogh or Matisse or John Oliver Killens, or if you fall love with the music of Coltrane, the music of Aretha Franklin, or the music of Chopin - find some beautiful art and admire it, and realize that that was created by human beings just like you, no more human, no less." - Maya Angelou

"Vans are the vehicles of murderers. Serial Killers. Rapists. Thieves. Nothing good ever happens in a van. Police should be allowed to arrest van drivers without cause. The van is the cause, asshole." - Shalom Auslander

"There was a fence and there was this other van- So I go, 'Fence or van? Cause I'm crashing into one of them,' and I said 'Fence,' so I hit the fence and bounced into the van" - Pete Wentz

"The Hillary team is driving around in a van. Sometimes people get those gag bumper stickers put on their van. Hillary has one on her van, and it says, 'If this van's rockin', I'm deleting emails.'" - David Letterman

"Wij wezen allles wat kopie of beschrijving was af en lieten het elementaire en het spontane in volle vrijheid reageren. Omdat de plaatsing van de vlakken en de kleuren en de verhoudingen van deze vlakken louter op toeval schenen te berusten, verklaarde ik dat deze werken, zoals in de natuur, gerangschikt waren "volgens de wetten van het toeval", toeval dat voor mij alleen maar een beperkt onderdeel vormde van een onpeilbare reden van bestaan, van een orde die in zijn totaliteit ontoegankelijk was." - Hans Arp

"Classic Van Halen made people want to dance and f**k. Modern Van Halen makes you want to drink milk and drive foreign cars." - David Lee Roth

"I had a solo career before Van Halen. My fan base filtered through Van Halen with me and came right on out the other side with me." - Sammy Hagar

"Creativity is seeing what everyone else sees, but then thinking a new thought that has never been thought before and expressing it somehow.It could be with art, a sculpture, music or even in science. The difference, however, between scientific creativity and any other kind of creativity, is that no matter how long you wait, no one else will ever compose "Beethoven's Ninth Symphony" except for Beethoven. No matter what you do, no one else will paint Van Gogh's "Starry Night." Only Van Gogh could do that because it came from his creativity." - Neil Degrasse Tyson

"The fields of clinical psychology and psychiatry exist specifically to help the emotionally unstable become more stable and lead happier, healthier lives. Unlike in the eras of Vincent Van Gogh and Abraham Lincoln, there is now professional help available for those who suffer from emotional illness. Treatment may require therapy or even medication, but hope is now available every single day in practically every city in the civilized world." - David J. Lieberman

"But you have to understand, mental illness is like cholesterol. There is is good kind and the bad. Without the good kind- less flavor to life. Van Gogh, Beethoven, Edgar Allen Poe, Sylvia Plath, Pink Floyd (the early Piper at the Gates of Dawn line up), scientific breakthroughs, spiritual revolution, utopian visions, zany nationalism that kills millions- wait, that's the bad kind. Tim Dorsey (Hurricane Punch)" - Tim Dorsey

"At the very simplest, I think as Van Gogh said and St Francis would have said, we must find nature. Just to be in the presence of nature your feelings and 'little seedlings' start to awake. So if we disassociate ourselves from God we cut nature out, too. More and more we turn nature into a commodity, into eco-tourism. But we must integrate it into the way people live every day." - Michael Leunig

"But you have to understand, mental illness is like cholesterol. There is is good kind and the bad. Without the good kind- less flavor to life. Van Gogh, Beethoven, Edgar Allen Poe, Sylvia Plath, Pink Floyd (the early Piper at the Gates of Dawn line up), scientific breakthroughs, spiritual revolution, utopian visions, zany nationalism that kills millions- wait, that's the bad kind. Tim Dorsey (Hurricane Punch)" - Tim Dorsey

"Psychiatry's a young science. Yesterday's madman may be tomorrow's genius. Beethoven and Van Gogh were both a bit loopy. In my view, most madmen are remarkable. They're explorers, travelers beyond the rim of consciousness. Not surprising if they pick up a few bugs and get sick. That's all it is, madness. Mad just means sick. If you get fluid on the lungs it's pleurisy. If it's fluid on the brain, it's insanity." - Clare Boylan

"There are many perks to living for twenty-one centuries, and foremost among them is bearing witness to the rare birth of genius. It invariably goes like this: Someone shrugs off the weight of his cultural traditions, ignores the baleful stares of authority, and does something his countrymen think to be completely batshit insane. Of those, Galileo was my personal favorite. Van Gogh comes in second, but he really was batshit insane." - Kevin Hearne

"The patient needs to believe that they can keep the fire while being medicated. The doctors must tell them, "I understand that you experienced something beautiful. I understand that you saw the stars pulsing spirals of fire across the sky like Van Gogh did when he was looking outside the sanitarium window. But you know what? He didn't paint ['Starry Night'] when he was manic. He painted it when he was sane because he didn't need the mania to have the magic."" - Paul Dalio

"...but you are too much for them: the weak in courage are strong in cunning; and one by one, you have absorbed and have captured and dishonored, and have distilled of your deliverers the most ruinous of all poisons; people hear Beethoven in concert halls, or over a bridge game, or to relax; Cezannes are hung on walls, reproduced, in natural wood frames; van Gogh is the man who cut off his ear and whose yellows became recently popular in window decoration." - James Agee

"There are plenty of millionaires who would pay millions to hang a Van Gogh painting on the wall, but hardly one that would have ever had the crazy nut over for dinner. I feel like the big companies are like that with musicians. They'll say, 'We love music! It's all about the music!' - but if a musician shows up at the door, they call security." - Derek Sivers

"I once gave a girl a bloody fake ear in a Tiffany jewelry box with a letter that said, "will you Gogh to prom with me?" - Matthew Gray Gubler

"During my youth, I was fascinated by the colors of Van Goth's paintings" - Joseph Pisani

"Without a doubt, Eddie Van Halen is the greatest guitar player who has ever lived." - Zakk Wylde

"I do like Eddie Van Halen as a player. He gets it right quite often." - Paul Mccartney

"I said about Van Jones . Be careful. This guy is extraordinarily dangerous and he is smart." - Glenn Beck

"He drove me home in the van, complaining, 'Women only like me for my mind'." - Steven Morrissey

"We like to kidnap them in a van, and take then somewhere dangerous... SURPRISE!!" - Gerard Way

"I spent more time in a van then in my mom's womb." - Myles Kennedy

"I joined Arsenal to play with Robin van persie - not replace him" - Olivier Giroud

"Einstein's space is no closer to reality than Van Gogh's sky." - Arthur Koestler

"What do you think of Manchester Uniteds three Rs - Rooney, Ronaldo and van Nistelrooy?" - Rob McCaffrey

"I have many favorite artists...Van Gough as one, but he didn't really sing a lot!" - Colin Mochrie

"Youth has triumphed (upon defeating 86-year-old Dirk van Foreest)." - Jacques Mieses

"We do not need an Osami bin Laden leading us. -television evangelist Jack Van Impe" - Pat Robertson

"The bank, Mr. Van Buren, is trying to kill me, but I will kill it." - Andrew Jackson

"Dick Van Dyke was older than me and I was playing his dad." - Lionel Jeffries



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