About Vincent Van Gogh’s Irises
Thinking about getting a wonderful Van Gogh Irises print for your space?
Van Gogh created this amazing work of art in 1890 in Saint-Remy, France.
Irises was one of the first paintings van Gogh created after entering the asylum.
This work is highly regarded for its use of lighting. The painting is also full of life.
Without a doubt, this painting is one of van Gogh’s most famous works.
The original hangs in the J Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
Shop this Van Gogh Irises canvas for your wall today!
About The Van Gogh Irises Print
- Enter the identification number to ensure the correct fit.
- Prime canvas secured to durable anti-shrink frames.
- 1.50” Thickness stretcher bars used for an official gallery-style appearance.
- We prep, stretch and print your canvas in the United States.
- Enclosed hanging kit with all canvas purchases.
- Wall26 makes our products in the United States of America. Avoid fraudulent sellers and inferior quality products. We will never send goods from overseas.
- We construct our canvases especially for this type of printing. These are white semi-gloss canvases for an artist.
Our method requires only high-quality HP Latex inks for digital printing. This is our process for ensuring our products can be resistant to fade for up to 100 years.
We use wooden stretchers to stretch our canvases. All frames are of premium quality.
Get your very own Van Gogh Irises print on canvas today for a rock bottom price with free 2-day shipping!
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!
There is no point to a partial image, especially when
getting up close to the image.
The reason for the folding over the frame edge is
because the original obviously does not conform to
the standardized sizes offered by Wall26.
Since everything is computerized these days, I will
guess that frames can easily be customed to the
painter's original. But zooming smaller than the
original could still be available.
When choosing a size it would be great to know
what the original size is.
Many painters do not frame their painting after
being finished. Painters probably don't paint
around the corners of their stretched canvas
-- so it wouldn't be wrong to have a white edge.
If the decorators don't like this then the edge
could be muted with a neutral color.
I would be happy to pay a little extra for a more
authentic original complete image. The fold-
over is annoying and cheapens the effect of
having a master's rendition up on the wall (just
there to match the decorator's décor.)
But for the price, it is wonderful to have our
own masterpiece in such a glorious "ALMOST'.
Thanks to Wall26 for the treats, and happy
that it's created here in the USA! Ebb