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van Gogh

[ van -goh, gawkh; Dutch vahn -khawkh ]
/ væn ˈgoʊ, ˈgɔx; Dutch vɑn ˈxɔx /
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noun
Vin·cent [vin-suhnt; Dutch vin-sent], /ˈvɪn sənt; Dutch vɪnˈsɛnt/, 1853–90, Dutch painter.
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Van Gogh
/ (væn ˈɡɒx, Dutch vɑn ˈxɔx) /

noun
Vincent (vɪnˈsɛnt). 1853–90, Dutch postimpressionist painter, noted for his landscapes and portraits, in which colour is used essentially for its expressive and emotive value
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