How Did Van Gogh Die?

Vincent Willem van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who is considered one of the greatest artists of all time. His paintings have become some of the most influential works in Western art history. His death was the final step in his enigma.

How Old was Van Gogh When He Died?

Van Gogh died in Auvers-sur-Oise, France, in 1890 aged 37.

How did Van Gogh Really die?

In 1890, he shot himself with a loaded gun. His dying act was mysterious as the artist ate bread and drank turpentine, but he was unharmed by the bullet. The suicide was later ruled a suicide, but some believe it was a result of his deteriorating health. There are many theories on how VanGogh died.

The most popular theory is that he was accidentally shot in the stomach, below his ribs. This theory is supported by the fact that the shooter dropped the gun before he could hit Van Gogh. This theory is still controversial, though. While VanGogh is believed to have had an illness, there is no physical evidence that he could have killed himself. Some historians think he took his own life after the shooting.

The suicide hypothesis is the most plausible explanation. There are no records of a police investigation. In the last century, the police have conducted no investigations into VanGogh’s death. Even though they did not find any evidence of a violent death, the rumor of suicide gained ground through hearsay. Despite the difficulties facing the investigation, the jury is divided. The case of the gangster is still pending.

What were Van Gogh’s last words?

Van Gogh’s last words were as heartbreaking as you would expect. His last words were “Sadness will last forever.”

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