A post-Impressionist himself, Vincent van Gogh’s work is generally understood as a pivot point in Western art history, greatly influencing both German and American Expressionism. It’s a connection that makes sense given Van Gogh’s highly personal, often mood-driven work. Starry Night was produced in 1889, when Van Gogh was working at the top of his powers. The dazzling product of a troubled talent, it’s an image that is, upon first glance, contemplative, yet produces a contradictory restlessness by way of Van Gogh’s dynamic application of paint.
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Reproduction giclée print of Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. Float framed in black, wood grained composite molding. Image is printed on high quality artist grade canvas created with an archival 12-color pigment ink set and stretched on 1.5" wood bars. Coated with a custom aqueous top coat that protects the image surface from scratches. Ready to hang. Mounting hardware not included.