Vincent van Gogh’s mental instability is now famous. Success in his youth would give way to loss, religious zealotry (for which his father tried to have him committed), and finally an awakening to art and further descent into madness. Still, the artist’s troubled perspective and obvious intellect is no doubt directly reflected in his idiosyncratic style and ultimately subjective art. Whether it’s his representation of a night sky, his own visage or bedroom, when looking at a Van Gogh you see not only what he saw, but catch a glimpse of how he saw it.
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Giclée reproduction print on high quality artist grade canvas created with an archival 12-color pigment ink set and stretched on 1.5" wood bars. Float framed in black, wood grained composite molding. Ready to hang.