Field with Cypresses
Medium: oil on canvas
Location: National Gallery, London, UK
Dimensions: 72.1 x 90.9
The wheat field with cypress trees was painted at the psychiatric hospital Saint Paul de Mausole in Saint Rémy, where Van Gogh
spent the last years of his life. The painting depicts a golden field full of ripe wheat, with green cypress trees and pale green olive trees rising from it. An interesting fact is that the painting was repainted several times and was created in the open air. In the many letters he sent to his brother, he said it was one of his best summer paintings.
Gogh painted picture Field with Cypresses in 1889. Prevailing color of this fine art print is yellow and its shape is landscape. Original size is 72.1 x 90.9. This art piece is located in National Gallery, London, UK. This image is printed on demand - you can choose material, size and finishing.Vincent Willem van Gogh (1853-1890).
Dutch painter belonging to Post-Impressionism
. His paintings (some 900 paintings and 1,100 drawings and sketches) are among the most famous in the world and are sold for exorbitant sums (except for those in our shop). Parisian Impressionists
He lived in Paris from 1886 and was influenced by the use of bright colours - most of his works were painted during this period. In his paintings, Gogh uses contrasting colours (often blue and orange - he said that I want to use colours other contrasts to each of them shone even more to contrast a man and a woman). He was known for his excesses and amputated an ear after the break-up of his friendship with Gauguin
. There is a lot of speculation about this incident (he possibly suffered from heavy metal poisoning from paint that had caused mental problems). In 1890, unfortunately he committed suicide.