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On the Banks of the Oise at Auvers Van Gogh reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

In Auvers Van Gogh painted a lot, he was in a good mood and enjoyed his friendship with Dr Gachet. Another...

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Self-Portrait with Straw Hat Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

A classic Van Gogh; one of the many self-portraits that he made while staying in Paris. This painting shows...

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Vincent van Gogh paintings at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit

Located in Midtown Detroit, the Detroit Institute of Arts has one the most important collections of art in the entire United States. The museum houses a huge collection of European and Egyptian art as well. The museum has over 100 galleries spanning 58,000 square feet, and the total art here is valued over $8.1 billion.

At this museum in Detroit, you can find paintings by acclaimed artists like Pablo Picasso, Paul Gauguin, Rembrandt van Rijn, and of course, Vincent Van Gogh.

Vincent van Gogh replica oil paintings for sale

Some of Vincent Van Gogh’s most brilliant paintings are up for a showcase in museums all around the world. Others are in private collections owned by people who can shell out hundreds of millions of dollars. But just because you cannot spend that much money doesn’t mean you should be deprived of the great paintings done by Van Gogh. You can opt for oil reproductions of your most loved Van Gogh paintings which will be just under your budget and easily obtainable.

In the Detroit Institute of Arts, you can see Van Gogh’s painting, Self Portrait with Straw Hat which was painted by the artist in the summer of 1887.

Van Gogh did a large series of self-portraits, which he mostly did to hone his skills as an artist. Since he used a mirror to paint himself, Van Gogh’s left side in the painting is actually his right side.

The first series of self-portraits were done in Paris between 1886-1887, and then a bunch of them were done when Van Gogh moved in Arles.

After moving to Arles, Van Gogh mutilated his ear when a big fight between him and Paul Gauguin erupted. This mutilated ear can be clearly seen in the painting Self-portrait with Bandaged Ear. After that, the self-portraits that Vincent did in Saint-Remy only showcased his right side of the face, thus hiding his left mutilated ear.

Van Gogh Studio

Just a few minutes away from the amazing Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is the revolutionary Van Gogh Studio that makes it possible for everyone around the world to buy their favourite paintings by the great artist.

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