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Was Van Gogh Partly Color-Blind? One Scientist Thinks So
Kazunori Asada, a Japanese medical scientist and poet, believes that "Vincent van Gogh's acidic sense of color and preference for bright, clashing hues" were due to a midrange spectrum deficiency - "that van Gogh's eyes had a moderate lack of receptors for the color red." Artinfo 08/28/12
Posted August 29, 2012 12:44 AM

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