Vincent van Gogh is viewed as the best Dutch painter after Rembrandt. However, he had little accomplishment during his lifetime. Van Gogh created his work's entirety (900 paintings and 1100 drawings) for just a short time before succumbing to psychological sickness and committing self-destruction. His popularity duplicated after his passing, particularly following 71 of van Gogh's paintings in Paris on March 17, 1901 (11 years after his demise). Van Gogh's influence on expressionism, fauvism, and early deliberation was colossal and can be seen in numerous parts of twentieth-century artistry. The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is committed to Van Gogh's work and that of his counterparts. A few paintings by Van Gogh rank among the most costly paintings on the planet. On March 30, 1987, Van Gogh's painting Irises was sold for a record $53.9 million at Sotheby's, New York. On May 15, 1990, his Portrait of Doctor Gachet was sold for $82.5 million at Christie's, accordingly establishing another value record.