Wheat Field by Vincent Van Gogh

Wheat Field by Vincent Van Gogh

Van Gogh, a little more than two weeks before they lost their lives with the help of a revolver, painted “Crows in a wheat field.” The web was carried out in July 1890. This work of art was the last written by the artist’s painting, although many scholars disagree.

Vincent left with so tragic life through unresolved problems with family and finances. It is in this painting, the artist expressed his dismay and anxiety of the soul. Even the support of his brother could not help save the life of Van Gogh. In all the years of study and work, he, unfortunately, did not get to sell their work.

In the picture “Crows

in a wheat field,” the author focuses the viewer’s attention to three trails that radiate in all directions. Excited dark sky merged into one with the earth and does not create a clear viewer chaos. In this song the author suffered his sense of peace and not infinite loneliness. In the landscape, it seems that there is no long-term center.

In sharp contrast to the bright yellow fields and dark sky with ominous black crows, it indicates a sense of sadness and indecision artist.

Special importance should be given a horizon line that clearly separates all the space into parts, because it is not just a part of the composition, because it skillfully shows the emotions of the artist. The viewer is very difficult to know where the end of the horizon and where the trail leads. There is no standard rhythm of the author or different twists, but very tough and hard strokes of the artist. If you try to look closely into the fabric, you can feel and understand the author, his loneliness and sadness.

Vincent said: “By creating such paintings, I try to express my sadness and incredible loneliness” Van Gogh after tragic completion of the artist does not leave a small legacy that is presented in many genres and reflect the different sides of the human soul, harmony with nature and his life.

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