An exceedingly intelligent man, Vincent van Gogh was at different times an art dealer, a missionary, a ward, and an artist. He was already in his 30s when he began working in oils and, after moving to Paris from his native Netherlands, was profoundly affected by the art he studied there. From the Dutch Realists to the Baroque color theory of Peter Paul Rubens, to the new-at-the-time Eastern influence of Japanese ukiyo-e prints, in Van Gogh’s work disparate influences lead to lush, colorful compositions that still feel fresh more than 100 years after they were painted.
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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.