The oil on canvas painting titled Sous-bois, a $24.5 million worth artwork, represents one of the very last paintings that acclaimed Dutch impressionist Vincent van Gogh ever made in1890. The painting is a part of a series depicting trees and undergrowth that was inspired by one of his favorite songs Charles Dickens poem, Ivy Green. Green […]
Armenia Sunflowers – Oil Painting by artist Ara Ghevondyan in 2007.
Painted in the asylum in October 1889, L’homme est en mer represents a vibrant yet deeply disturbing depiction of a young mother worried about her husband who is away at sea. Like many other van Gogh paintings from that period, this portrait is marked with a bright, shimmering palette and striking color contrast. Warm yellow tones of […]
“On The Way To Wolf Creek” Aspen Forest Original Oil Painting by Gary Kim
Sunflowers Poppies flower field oil painting in Van Gogh style by Lada Stukan
Autumn Landscape was done in October 1885, by Van Gogh while he was in Nuenen before traveling to Antwerp. While Van Gogh was in Nuenen he had turned towards painting still life pictures and landscapes. The Autumn Landscape painting reflects his increasing use of colour, a factor that would truly manifest itself after his arrival in Paris. […]
Collage of self portraits done by Vincent van Gogh. Vincent produced his self-portraits because he wanted to practise painting people. The majority of them – over 25 – were done while he was in Paris (1886–88). He was short of money in that period and struggled to find models.
Fields with Cypresses by Vincent Van Gogh. Original Painting Signed by Vincent Van Gogh at the bottom right of the canvas. 1888 oil on canvas 40 cm x 60 cm or 15.5” inches x 23.5” inches. Provenance – Private Collections: France, United Kingdom, United States. James Bourlet and Sons Ltd label marked Vincent Van Gogh […]
Café Terrace at Night Vincent van Gogh Mosaic Art Vincent van Gogh painted Café Terrace at Night in Arles, France in mid-September in 1888.This painting described Van Gogh’s mood when he wrote that “the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.
Woodcutter (after Millet), The The Woodcutter (after Millet) by Vincent Van Gogh Oil on canvas 43.5 x 25.0 cm. Saint-Rémy: February, 1890Now located in Amsterdam at the Van Gogh Museum