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Blossoming Almond Tree By Vincent Van Gogh, Original

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Starry Night By Van Gogh

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The Cafe Terrace By Van Gogh

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Starry Night Over the Rhone- Van Gogh

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The White Orchard By Vincent Van Gogh

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Irises 2 By Van Gogh

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Wildflowers By Van Gogh

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Garden at Arles By Van Gogh

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Wheat Field with Cypresses By Van Gogh

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Blossoming Almond Tree By Vincent Van Gogh, Red

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Trees And Undergrowth By Van Gogh

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Another Vase of Sunflowers By Van Gogh

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Landscape At Twilight By Van Gogh

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Poppy Field By Vincent Van Gogh

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Harvest By Van Gogh

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Houses At Auvers By Van Gogh

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Vase of Roses By Van Gogh

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Vase of Irises By Van Gogh

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Sunflowers on Green By Van Gogh

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Fishing Boats at Sainte-Marie By Van Gogh

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Irises in Vase By Van Gogh

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Vincents Bedroom By Van Gogh

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Olive Trees By Van Gogh

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Sunflowers on Blue By Van Gogh

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Green Field By Van Gogh

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Flowers in Copper Vase By Van Gogh

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Courtesan After Eisen By Van Gogh

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Vase Of Gladioli By Van Gogh

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Vincent van Gogh Prints Australia

Vincent van Gogh was a Dutch post-Impressionist Artist. He is famous for his unique and inspiring bold colored floral studies and still life art. Enjoy stunning art inspired by the master painter himself. Our collection offers a wide variety of canvas paintings, from his most well known beautiful landscapes to unique self portraits.

Vincent van Gogh Bio

Vincent van Gogh's artwork was inspired by the French Impressionists and Japanese prints. At the age of twenty-seven, van Gogh dedicated himself fulltime to artmaking. Luckily, he had the financial and emotional support of his brother Theo, an art dealer.

Early Years

Vincent van Gogh was born in Groot-Zundert, Holland in 1853. His father was a pastor and, as a result, his upbringing was an atmosphere of religion and culture. Van Gogh was a child who lacked self-confidence. Compared to Claude Monet and Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh’s art career was brief. This may come as a surprise thanks to the popularity of his work. Van Gogh came into artmaking a little later in life. In fact, he was twenty-seven years old when he finally decided to dedicate himself completely to painting. Before this, van Gogh took up various jobs. For seven years, he worked at a commercial art firm then gave this up in his pursuit to help humanity, working as a preacher, a teacher, and a missionary. In 1880, despite van Gogh wishing to “preach the gospel everywhere,” church authorities in Belgium (where he was working among coal miners) finally dismissed him once they realised, he wasn’t cut out to be a pastor. He then decided to give happiness to the world by creating beauty. Unfortunately, van Gogh drank heavily, smoked excessively, and his mental state often brought him a deal of pain. His respite from these chaotic states came from enjoying the beautiful scenery around him. As a result, he painted approximately 875 artworks and left behind 1100 drawings.

Why Are Van Gogh Prints So Popular?

It took some time for van Gogh to develop his recognisable style. His first paintings were earth-toned scenes of nature and depicted peasants. What gave van Gogh his unique style was the influence of the Impressionists in France and the import of Japanese prints to Europe, as seen in Courtesan: after Eisen (1887). His sombre tonal colours began to brighten up thanks to the influence of Camille Pissarro. He became more sophisticated with colour, using it for symbolism and emotional resonance, thanks to the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Paul Gauguin. Van Gogh’s face is as famous as movie stars and pop singers thanks to the several self-portraits he painted during his lifetime. Each of the thirty-six self-portrait depicted a man with an intense blue gaze and a head of fiery red hair.

Did van Gogh Die Poor?

Vincent van Gogh died in 1890 at the age of thirty-seven. Unlike Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and even his contemporaries like Claude Monet, Van Gogh only sold one painting during his lifetime. This was The Red Vineyard, which he sold for an equivalent of $1,500 in today’s money. It was thanks to his brother’s widow, Jo van Gogh-bonger, that van Gogh found success after his death as she loaned his works to exhibitions and promoted his works where she could.

What is post-Impressionism?

Post-impressionism developed in response to Impressionism. It is characterised by the use of bright colours in paintings, real-life subject matters, a thick application of paint, and by giving paintings depth with symbolism and emotions. Alongside van Gogh, post-Impressionist painters include Paul Gauguin, Paul Cezanne, and Georges Seurat.

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