Olive Grove with Orange Sky Van Gogh Reproduction, 1889
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Van Gogh made 18 paintings in the Olive Tree Series in November 1889, during his stay at Saint Paul Asylum at Saint Remy. The Olive Grove: Orange Sky painting is definitely one of this series.

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Olive Grove: Orange Sky Oil Replica on Canvas

The rustic feel and the will smell of earth in Van Gogh’s Olive Grove: Orange Sky painting has been captured perfectly in the reproduction we have created of the masterpiece. For quite some time now it has been our endeavor to reproduce the paintings of Van Gogh and make sure they are as close as possible to the original.

We have put in a lot of efforts to pick the best artists of Holland and the rest of the world who have a thorough knowledge of Van Gogh’s art, his techniques, his brush strokes and his choice of colors. The result is those masterpieces you can see listed on our website.

Van Gogh and the Olive Trees

Painting olive trees helped Van Gogh restore his connection with nature. While doing so, he often felt closer to God, which temporarily relieved him of the emotional turmoil and mental illness that he was suffering from.

While a few olive tree paintings that he made represented the cycle of life, divine and life in general, the others that he made in November 1889 symbolized how he felt about Christ in Gethsemane.

His olive tree paintings were very realistic, despite being mesmerizing. He created many versions of olive tree paintings with different effects of daylight and the sun. These effects contrasted very well with the foliage and created a beautiful impact that you can see in the masterpieces made by Van Gogh.

He felt there were many secrets hidden in the rustle of the olive trees, which were immensely old. He considered them too beautiful to dare paint.

About the Painting

The sky is the main attraction in the painting Olive Grove: Orange Sky. Apart from orange, Van Gogh has used different colors such as yellow, green, blue and white with diagonal brush strokes. It contrasts very well with the deep green of the olive trees that stand out against the background.


He used vibrant colors to capture the late-afternoon hues of this Provencal landscape perfectly.

While for an on-looker this painting may only seem like a beautiful landscape, it had great spiritual significance for Van Gogh. His use of colors and brush strokes had a lot to do with his mental condition, which is why his paintings are so instantly recognizable.

Olive Grove: Orange Sky at Goteborgs KonstMuseum, Goteborg

The visceral energy that resonates from the paintings of Van Gogh can only be experienced by seeing these paintings in Flesh. If you wish to see the original painting of Olive Grove: Orange Sky, you will have to travel to Goteborg in Sweden and visit the Goteborg KonstMuseum, where it is preserved.

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