Two Cut Sunflowers Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

One of his earlier attempts with sunflowers, Van Gogh used the experience from this painting to create...


Vincent van Gogh paintings at the Kunstmuseum Bern

Kunstmuseum Bern is one of the oldest and most popular museums in Switzerland. The museum houses art pieces from the Gothic times to the present time. This museum doesn’t just have one of the largest collections of art in Switzerland, but in the whole world. Currently, there are over 3,000 sculptures and paintings, and over 48,000 photographs, prints, videos, and drawings.

The collection at Kunstmuseum Bern includes paintings by artists like Pablo Picasso, Albert Anker, Franz Gertsch, and Vincent Van Gogh.

Vincent van Gogh replica oil paintings for sale

Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpieces are one-of-a-kind, and not everyone can own them. But if you have a lot of favourite paintings by Vincent Van Gogh, then you can opt for oil reproductions and decorate your house with the bright colours of Van Gogh’s paintings.

At Kunstmuseum Bern, you will find Van Gogh’s Two Cut Sunflowers painting, which is a part of the Sunflower series.

Van Gogh did two sets of Sunflower series – one was done in Paris and another in Arles. In the Paris series, sunflowers are cut and laying on the ground. But in the Arles series, the sunflowers are placed inside a vase.

The Two Cut Sunflowers are obviously a part of the Paris series of paintings. Painted on a 50 x 61 cm canvas, this painting showcases two sunflowers lying on the ground. There are varying shades of yellow used with quick and short brush strokes. According to Van Gogh, he found sunflowers complicated, after all, they would turn to the sun during the day, and then turn their heads back.

Some of the other paintings in this series are housed at Sompo Japan Museum of Art, Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and National Gallery of London.

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Van Gogh Studio in Amsterdam has shipped oil reproductions of all the famous Van Gogh paintings to over 20 countries around the world.

We work with superbly talented Dutch artists from Holland who have carefully studied and analysed Van Gogh’s painting techniques for years. That is why the oil reproductions we provide look more like the originals hanging in museums and less like replicas.