Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe Van Gogh reproduction
Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe Van Gogh reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas
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Famous Van Gogh self-portrait depicting his mental state after a brutal argument with painter Paul Gauguin, after which he cut off his right lobe. He is seen smoking a pipe with a bandaged ear.

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Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe replica in oil on canvas

Van Gogh Studio is located in Amsterdam, near the Van Gogh museum where we can study the original works. Our paintings are all painted in oil on canvas by mainly Dutch artists who have studied Van Gogh's technique, including brushstrokes, color mixing, atmosphere and the rhythm of painting.

The Rise of Self-Portraits

Vincent Van Gogh took to portrait painting not just as a means to earn a living, but he also believed it will help him to further develop his artistry. Since Van Gogh could not afford to hire models to pose for him, he chose to draw his own portraits to hone his skills and polish his craft.

He believed that if he could capture his own essence in a portrait, he could easily draw portraits of other people.

Famous Self-Portrait by Vincent Van Gogh That Tells a Story

Van Gogh’s ‘Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe’ is one of his most popular works which he dedicated to his friend, painter Paul Gauguin.

Completed just a few weeks after his spat with Gauguin, after which he cut off his ear lobe, the painting captures the depth of his emotions that is visible in every brush stroke.

Memorable Masterpiece

In this painting, Van Gogh can be seen sitting in the Yellow House, wearing a green overcoat, fur winter cap and smoking a pipe.

His right ear is heavily bandaged to cover the self-inflicted wound. It is believed that in reality, it was his left ear that was wounded and the disparity occurred since he drew this picture while looking at himself in a mirror.

Current value of Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe

Philip Niarchos was suspected as being the anonymous buyer of Vincent van Gogh's "Self-Portrait", at a November 1998 Christie's auction; it sold for $71.5 million.

Location of Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe

is part of the Niarchos Collection. Philip Niarchos is a Greek billionaire, who owns his late father's art collection. Niarchos has made plenty of additions to his father's legacy.

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