About Van Gogh’s Poppy Field
Thinking about grabbing yourself this Van Gogh Field Of Poppies print?
This work was first made in 1890 in Auvers, France by Vincent Van Gogh.
The painting depicts a large field of poppies with trees in the background and a cloudy blue sky.
The work documents Van Gogh's exploration of landscapes toward the end of his life. Overall, many judge the style of the painting to be very unstable, just like Van Gogh’s mental health during that time.
He used lots of color in this work, just like other artists who had painted similar subjects. A key difference is that he made sure the poppies occupied more of the image.
The original currently hangs in the Kunstmuseum Den Haag in The Hague.
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About Van Gogh Field Of Poppies Print
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About The Artist
Vincent Van Gogh was a Dutch painter who lived from 1853-1890. Post-impressionism is the name of the art style he produced. That means he sought to portray the world the way he saw it, but without limitations.
His famous works include everything from self-portraits to landscapes. Many regard him as one of the most famous and important painters in Western Art. His work helped lay the foundations for modern art. Check out our entire Van Gogh collection!