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Author : Nabanita Banerjee From Am I Gifted
Date : 29 - July - 2010
Pages : 9
Format : PDF



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Gifted Men With A Rifted Past .......3
Vincent Van Gogh’s biography .......4
Charlie Chaplin’s biography .......6
Afterwords .......8
Author’s box .......9



Written By Nabanita Banerjee



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  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com 1.Gifted Men With A Rifted Past . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 2. Vincent Van Gogh’s biography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3. Charlie Chaplin’s biography…………………..6 4.AfterWords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 5.Author's Box . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com How many of you know the facts about Albert Einstein? Did you know he was a victim of speech difficulties in Elementary school? Sheer poverty deprived him a proper treatment at that time. There are a few gifted talents who suffered throughout their lives but nothing can stop them to be the ultimate winner in life. Here are two such gifted men who panned gold through the trials of time and set an inspirational example to all of us. Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com Born on March 30,1853,Groot-Zundert, Netherlands Vincent Vangogh spent the short span of his life, doomed to failure. It was only after 150 years of his birth he got the recognition that was due and became world-famous for his expressionistic style in painting. The striking, vibrant colors reflecting his frenzied mood swings are the trademark of Van Gogh’s paintings. Van Gogh initially borrowed this from the Japanese art form. Later his lackadaisical training as an evangelist and the art of impressionism inspired him for further experimentations with it. Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGiftedcom MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com This maestro was financially dependent on his brother Mauve and his personal life was torn between spurned love and questionable affair with a pregnant prostitute. At the age of twenty seven when Vangogh was veering in and out different insignificant jobs, like a salesman and French tutor, he painted his early masterpiece ‘Potato eaters’. It reflected the despondency of peasant lives which he had experienced during his stay in mines. However sadly enough it was horrendously drawn ahead of time and therefore hardly valued by contemporary critics. In Arles Van Gogh wrote most of his famous works like Bedroom at Arles (1888), The Night Café (1888), and Starry Night (1889). In the haste to capture work on the canvas he used to spread the colors directly from pallet knife or the tube itself evading the brushwork. In the last two years before his death he had suffered from wild insanity and kept on painting self portrayals. It was said that Vincent Van Gogh’s mother threw most of his painting, as she was ignorant about the real value of those masterpieces. Van Gogh committed suicide in 1890 with only one painting sold in his lifetime. Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGiftedcom Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com A man with the toothbrush mustache, bowler hat, bamboo cane and a funny walk, can be none other than Charlie Chaplin, the pivotal star of silent Hollywood. He was recognized as the funny ‘little tramp’ on screen but a melancholic tragic hero off screen. Born in 1889 Charlie Chaplin spent a grim childhood in utter poverty. Both his parents were stage actors but his father lost his fortune after alcohol and his mother suffered from blindness and mental trauma. Charles Spencer Chaplin was bound to go Hanwell School for Orphans and Destitute Children. All his efforts to be an English stage actor went in vain and at the age of 25 America discovered this King of Comedy when Mack Sennett made him his star comedian. accompanied with pangs of pathos underneath. Behind the veil of bone tickling comedy and acrobatic skills the tragic hero remains unseen by the audience till his book ‘Charles Chaplin Autobiography’ unveiled these dark secrets. Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com All the pioneers in their particular fields who were tormented throughout their lives are saluted in the course of this article on ‘gifted men with a rifted past’. At the same time this is a tribute to all those unrecognized gifted talents who are doomed to lead nameless lives forever. Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited
  • Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com Here are some world famous gifted talents who had tormented past lives. - Nabanita Banerjee Written by Nabanita Banerjee of MysticBoard.com ~ Visit http://www.AmIGifted.com MysticBoard.com © 2005 – 2009. All Rights Reserved. Copying any image and other content on MysticBoard.com is strictly prohibited