Le Moulin de la Galette Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas
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With the subject of the windmill near his apartment as the centerpiece, Van Gogh made several pieces, with an attempt to capture the vibrancy of the nature surrounding it, and life of the dance hall.

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Le Moulin De La Galette Replica On Canvas

Our primary goal is to be faithful and create replicas of the work of Holland’s most famous artist with utmost accuracy. There is no doubt that the one you purchase will be very close to the original.

Each and every one of our paintings are hand painted by a team of our expert artists, all of whom are thoroughly trained in various fields, such as colour mixtures, ambience, rhythm of application, and brush strokes.

A Trip For A Muse

In 1886, Van Gogh left the Netherlands for Paris in search of inspiration and education. During his stay in Paris, he found that the countryside where he stayed gave him the perfect opportunity to observe and paint rural scenery.

Throughout his stay, he painted a number of windmills and landscapes that dotted the area. “Le Moulin De La Galette” was one of the paintings of windmills that he enjoyed, since there was a dual tone of the atmosphere, with the rural background of the windmill, and the dance hall that created an air of vibrant youthfulness.

A Dual Tone Of Environments

To Van Gogh, capturing people in their natural environment was just as important as recreating scenes from nature. This was a major reason of why he also enjoyed painting portraits of himself and his friends.

The mixture of his experience with both landscapes and human elements gave him a style unique to himself.

Experience Through Learning

A major reason of why he went to Paris was to learn about the artistic styles that the Japanese used. He also wanted to verse himself through meeting impressionists, symbolists, and pointillists.

With all the knowledge gained, his style took off in a more abstract direction where he found his style to evolve so that he could evoke a variety of emotions from his viewers, instead of just focusing on photographic reproductions.

Le Moulin De La Galette At Stiftung Langmatt

Currently, Le Moulin De La Galette resides at Stiftung Langmatt Museum at Baden, Switzerland, where it is open to the public for viewing.

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