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Vincent Van Gogh

La Méridienne 1889 by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Vincent Van Gogh went to Saint-Rmy-de-Provence in 1889 to be admitted to an asylum because he was suffering from psychological problems. After being released,...

Fishing Boats On The Beach At Saintes Maries by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Beached fishing boats, either freshly painted or brightly coloured, stand in the sand a few metres away from pastel-colored vessels on the still Mediterranean...

Bowl With Peonies And Roses by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Van Gogh attempted to brighten up his palette of colours on the advice of his beloved brother Theo, instead of the sombre hues found...

Vase with Poppies, Cornflowers, Peonies and Chrysanthemums by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Still Life With Meadow Flowers and Roses was included in a comprehensive catalogue of Van Gogh's work published in 1928. However, due to its...

The Red Vineyard by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Van Gogh's The Red Vineyard was notable for being the artist's only painting sold during his lifetime, having been purchased by Anna Boch, an...

Mulberry Tree by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Vincent Van Gogh checked himself into an asylum in Saint-Rmy, France, in 1889. He made this decision after having a nervous breakdown and mutilating...

Wheat Field With Crows by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Wheat Field with Crows, completed in July 1890, is a turbulent and intense painting completed in the final months before his death. Recent studies...

Olive Trees With Yellow Sky And Sun by VINCENT VAN GOGH

In Olive Trees with Yellow Sky and Sun, Vincent Van Gogh created a truly epiphanic reproduction of a natural scene inspired by the work...

Vase With Twelve Sunflowers II by VINCENT VAN GOGH

In 1888, Vincent Van Gogh was waiting for his friend Paul Gauguin to arrive at his home in Arles. The contemporary artist intended to...

Blossoming Almond Tree by VINCENT VAN GOGH

Van Gogh's Blossoming Almond Tree is one of several variations on the theme of the blossoming almond tree painted between 1888 and 1890 in...

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