The Red Vineyard at Arles, c.1888
Framed Giclee Print
Item #: 13329898A
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“The Red Vineyard at Arles” by Vincent Van Gogh was the only painting sold during the lifetime of the spectacularly gifted and prolific Impressionist. Although one of Van Gogh’s (1853 – 1890) works auctioned for an astounding $82.5 million in 1990, this piece sold for the equivalent of $1,600 during the artist's already troubled and poverty-stricken existence. The work was bought by Anna Boch, who was also an Impressionist painter, and the sister of Van Gogh’s friend Eugene Boch. Van Gogh painted this work completely from memory after an evening stroll past a vineyard. The dominant colors of red and yellow exemplify how he disregarded the established laws of contrasting color theory with magnificent results.
Vincent Van Gogh (1853 – 1890) was a Dutch post-Impressionist Master whose innovative artwork powerfully influenced modern Expressionism, Fauvism, and early abstraction. Astoundingly prolific, Van Gogh produced all of his work during a 10-year period, at one point, creating 150 paintings and drawings within one year. Painting outdoors, Van Gogh uniquely captured the nighttime nuances of light and shadow, and was also renowned for his paintings of sunflowers and irises. Tormented by mental illness for most of his life, Van Gogh created many of his masterpieces while he was institutionalized. Although Van Gogh only sold one painting during his lifetime, he is now regarded as one of the most profoundly influential artists of the 19th century.
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