Vincent Van Gogh is a vivid representative of post-impressionism. In the late period of his work he wrote a lot of marinas, dedicated to the beaches of Saint-Marie, boats on
“Still Life with Pears” Van Gogh wrote in 1887-1888 in Paris. At that time, the artist, fascinated by the innovative tendencies of the Impressionists, wrote many landscapes and still lifes.
Waiting for Paul Gauguin’s arrival, Van Gogh took up the decoration of the yellow house. The room in which his friend was supposed to live, the artist decided to decorate
When spring came again, Van Gogh wrote a flowering orchard. This scene is written in the same place as the “Harvest in La Cro”, but the angle is more oblique
Flowering branches symbolize the rebirth of nature, or hope and redemption in a broader sense. Also in a similar sense, Van Gogh used this motif, referring to the events of
“Sunflowers” – the so-called two cycles of works by a famous Dutch artist. The first series of paintings Wang Gong wrote in 1887: cut yellow flowers lie on the invariably
This is one of the works written during a stay in the sanatorium for the mentally ill in Saint-Remy. Like many works of this period, it is a reflection of
For the first time, the theme of the sower Van Gogh is drawn in 1880, when he wrote a copy of the same picture by Jean-Francois Millet. Later, already being
This picture was written in late October 1884. As Van Gogh wrote in a letter to his brother, autumn was unusually beautiful that year. The artist was very fond of
The picture “Two crabs” Van Gogh wrote in 1889, shortly after leaving Arles Hospital. The motif of the painting was inspired by the engraving of the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai.
While in Saint-Remy’s sanatorium, Van Gogh aspired to draw as much as possible. This had a beneficial effect on his health, helping to cope with negative feelings. Especially in this
The plot of the painting was borrowed by Van Gogh from the engraving of Alfred Delaunay in the painting by Jean-Francois Millet. Since 1889, Van Gogh often copied the work
In February 1888, Van Gogh went to Arles. He dreamed of creating a community of free artists who collaborate in painting. In letters to the brother Theo, Bernard and Gauguin,
In Saint-Remy, Van Gogh painted a lot. Despite the fact that he was in the position of a patient, the artist did not lack any plots at all. He found