Our framed print reproduces Vincent van Gogh's (Dutch, 1853–1890) beautiful painting Sunflowers
, which is in the Philadelphia Museum of Art's collection. The precise time it was created is unknown: it is unclear whether this painting is one of Van Gogh's five still lifes of sunflowers in earthenware jugs he painted in 1888 or one of the two replicas he produced a year later. Whichever the case, the painting is an outburst of brilliant color and agitated outlines, its twelve flowers full of angular energy.
Produced in cooperation with the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Giclée print on archival paper. Mounted in a 1 3/8''-deep silver frame. Includes hardware for hanging. 10'' x 10''.
- Mounted in a 1 3/8''-deep silver frame
- Includes hardware for hanging
- Giclée print on archival paper
- 10'' x 10''
Art HistoryVincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890), the eldest son of a Dutch Reformed minister and a bookseller’s daughter, pursued various vocations, including that of an art dealer and clergyman, before deciding to become an artist at the age of 27. Throughout the course of his decade-long career (1880–90), he produced nearly 900 paintings and more than 1,100 works on paper. Ironically, in 1890, he modestly assessed his artistic legacy as “of very secondary importance.”