This blog is the second installment of Vincent van Gogh’s celebration of spring in Arles in the South of France. A virtual exhibition that will enhance and enrich your life during this period of social isolation. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SPRING IN ART: THE FLOWERING ORCHARDS VIRTUAL EXHIBITION, PART II Between late March […]
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French master Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) is often identified with his exotic and colorful masterpieces done during his years in Tahiti, in the last decade or so of his career. However, the early still life above already demonstrates the richness and vibrancy of the artist’s works.
Dutch master Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), during his year long stay in an asylum near Saint-Remy in the south of France, created several views of the wheat field he could see from his room.
French icon Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) spent the last decade of his career in the exotic locale of Tahiti, earning a reputation as a ground-breaking artist, including the depiction of a native version of Mary and the Christ Child above.
French artist Edouard Vuillard (1868-1940) seemed fascinated with the rooms of his family home, such as the comforting space of the bedroom depicted above.
Reposting a blog of a few years ago. A TRIBUTE TO VAN GOGH ABOVE A POPPY FIELD Our tribute to Vincent van Gogh—on the anniversary of his death, July 29, 1890—focuses on the moving Field of Poppies, created while he lived at the mental asylum of Saint Remy from May, 1889 to […]
Two works of art that Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) created in the early days of his career in his native France, several years before he embarked for Tahiti where he would spend his later years.
While I’m away, view an early work by French master Henri Toulouse-Lautrec (1863-1901).
The immortal Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) has combined two types of transportation here: the horse drawn wagon and the coal-burning train. Moving in opposite directions across the flat plains of Auvers, seeming unaware of each other’s existence. Green dominates the landscape, animated by Vincent’s thick brushstrokes. While orange defines the solid roofs of the white […]
Dutch master Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) often depicted irises; the yellows he uses in the vase and the background recall the colors of his sunflower paintings.