This wonderful, bright painting, which was created by Van Gogh was the only one he sold during his life. The painting was painted during Van Gogh’s stay in the small town of Arles in the south of France. At that time, he was considered the most productive in his life. Gauguin then came to him, and van Gogh dreamed of creating a settlement for artists.
Van Gogh was inspired by the surrounding landscapes, urban and rural views. In November 1888, he wrote to his brother Theo: Ah, why weren’t you with us on Sunday! We saw a completely red vineyard – red as red wine. From a distance, it seemed yellow, above it – green sky, around – purple land after rain, some – yellow sunsets on it».
The same month was painted «Red vineyards in Arles», depicting the collection of grapes in the vicinity of Montmajur Abbey. At Van Gogh, this landscape becomes a parable. The people who harvest the crops become a symbol of the life represented by the artist as hard daily labor.
This painting can be hung in any room in your house. It will create an atmosphere of warmth, and comfort. This painting will cheer you up every day. Even if it is cold and sluggish outside, your house will always be warm and bright thanks to this painting. Don’t miss your chance, for a little money, to create priceless home comfort.
Name: The Red Vineyard near Arles
Artist: Vincent van Gogh
Type: Canvas Print
Condition: Stretched (Ready to hang) or Rolled
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