Vincent van Gogh paintings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

There are no real wheat fields in Central Park but when you walk across it you’ll see New York’s “neo classical palace”, the Met Museum of Art. More than six million people from all over the world visit every year and love the wide range of its collections. The goal of the museum is to show art that educates, is creative and fires up your ideas. The museum has many of Van Gogh’s paintings in its galleries which cover the stages of his artistic growth and life. Some of the works here include Cypresses (1889), Vase with Irises (1890), Two Cut Sunflowers (1887) and Wheat Field with Cypresses at the Haute Galline (1889).




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Cypresses Oil Painting Reproduction, 1889

‘Cypresses’ is a beautiful painting of the Cypress Trees that Van Gogh made in June 1889. The dark tones of these tall and beautiful...

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Still Life: Vase with Irises Oil Painting Reproduction, 1890

The blue blossoms of irises against a pale background, highlighted by unique brushstrokes in green—the Vase with Irises oil painting...

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Two Cut Sunflowers Oil painting Reproduction The Met, 1887

Soak in a change of season with Van Gogh’s sunflower series of paintings. This was the period when Van Gogh was moving from subtle and...

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Wheat Field with Cypresses at the Haute Galline Near Eygalieres Oil Painting Reproduction, 1889

Wheatfield with Cypresses at the Haute Galline Near Eygalieres is one painting that Van Gogh considered as...

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Van Gogh oil painting reproductions

Van Gogh spent more than two years in Paris building his Neo-Impressionist skills and use of colour. Without much money to pay for sitters or maybe because of his own self-awareness he produced more than twenty portraits of himself in that time, Self – Portrait with a Straw Hat is a good example of this type and each one gives a different view and clue to his health at that moment.

While he was in the French asylum of Saint Remy Van Gogh took pleasure in painting over fifteen works of cypresses which he said were “beautiful in line and proportion”. He told his brother that he thought Wheat Field with Cypresses was one of his “best summer landscapes”.

Van Gogh Studio replicas

Van Gogh Studio select Dutch and World artists with years of skill, experience and practice. As part of their development they have studied the brush strokes, colour mixing and rhythm of application that lights up any of Van Gogh’s later works. Van Gogh Studio is just a short walk away from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam itself. Being so near to the original allows our painters to study the originals with care and time so that their paintings will look and feel so similar to the real thing.

If you decide to buy one of the Van Gogh paintings we can offer you, you can be sure that your purchase will be safe and secure. As well as that we provide a 100% money back guarantee if for any reason at all you are not happy with your purchase.