Orchard in Blossom Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas
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Orchard in Blossom is a painting that Van Gogh made during his stay at Arles. The beauty of the flowering orchards has been captured in a very simple way in this painting.

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Orchard in Blossom Replica on Canvas

The beautifully bloomed orchard tree, the patches of lilac soil, a small green patch with a green tree, an orange roof and the blue sky have been replicated, as in the original, by our highly qualified artists, in our reproduction of the painting – “Orchard in Blossom”.

We have picked the very best artists from Holland and other countries to study Van Gogh’s techniques carefully so as to create all those masterpieces that are listed on our website. Once you have a look at these, you will agree that they are indeed great pieces of art.

Arles and Van Gogh

Van Gogh moved to Arles in Feb 1888, when he was suffering from smoker’s cough and fell ill because of drinking. Initially he found Arles very exotic – as if it was a different world altogether.

The town, the fields and its landscapes enthralled him enough to make about 200 paintings and 100 or so watercolors and drawings.  It was in spring that he would work outdoors capturing the beauty of the blooming orchards.

Although the weather was getting better in Arles, it was not always convenient to paint, while being outside. In his letter to his brother Theo, Van Gogh mentioned that it was the wind that made it really tough to paint. However, he had found a way out by fastening his easel to pegs that were driven deep into the ground.

The view of the Orchards in bloom was much too lovely to resist.

About the Painting

An Orchard painting that was rather simple with a white tree, a square patch of green, a small green tree, an orange roof, lilac soil and an expanse of the blue sky is how Van Gogh described this painting to Emile Bernard, his friend.

This particular painting was made by Van Gogh for his brother Theo for May Day. As he described the work to his brother, the painting was a frenzy of impastos of lilac and the faintest yellow on a background that was full of original white mass.

The main idea behind creating this painting was to sell them so that Van Gogh could meet his expenses. He thought this was a subject that appealed to masses well enough to make them purchase. Therefore, he made quite a lot of paintings on the blooming and flowering orchards.

However, to his disappointment, none of them got sold; but they do appeal to the masses in a big way even today as beautiful depictions of spring season.

Orchard in Blossom– part of a private collection at Switzerland

Much to your dismay, you may never be able to have a look at the original painting of Orchard in Blossom as it has been added to a private collection at Switzerland.

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