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Nature's laws..but technology can give them back Van Gogh's,Rembrandt's colours at the Rijksmuseum's Amsterdam Symposiums.

To arrive an artist at an artificially creation need to calculate with any deagree of precision a lot of details to release stringly the need-to-know basis,because he is not working and is not making art with his hand, eye and material but with his mind.
(Polyclitos 5th century.BCE).
 'Nature environment' as he called also artist's hand, eyes and material, is for the artist 'technical obstacles' that put him against the nature in battle try and use the power of his mind and thoughts in combination with respect to nature.
Vincent Van Gogh's and Rembrandt's creations are the result of their courage, strengh and respect to the nature. 
But the only is that nature is always following its rulles,regulations and laws.
'Nature environment' (hand-eye-material) third part material- colour,ink,stone,wood,metal etc- or 'Technical obstacles' which are following their nature's instructions, give may be the answer to the chemists, computer scientists, cons…

Daubigny Monet Van Gogh:Impressions of Landscape at Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam.The Netherlands.

Doubignywas influenced by the impressionists and the impressionists influenced first by Doubigny and later on by Van Gogh who proceed to bring the impressionism at the level that uses colours to show the effects of light and to suggest atmosphere rather that showing exact details.
Exhibition'Daubigny Monet Van Gogh:Impressions of Landscape' at 
                             The Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam until 29 January 2017presentsCharles Francois Daubigny's(1817-1878)artworks that played an important role in the evolution of 19th-century French landscapeart, influenced Van Gogh ,Monet, Pissaro, Sisley and besides explore the connection between the French artist and the impressionists.
(Text/photography Tzina-Mersina Alimpoutaki-Joustra.
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         Vincent Van Gogh.(1853-1890).
                                 Title:Doubigny's Garden.1890.Oil on canvas.
                                                 Rudolf Staechelin Trust.
     Vincent Van Gogh.