Two Cut Sunflowers Replica On Canvas
Van Gogh’s take on Japanese woodblock prints was unique and quite different from the actual Japanese art that was painted on them. Our experienced mainly Dutch artists have painstakingly studied Van Gogh’s approach to his paintings after he started being interested in Japanese art. Keeping his brushstrokes, colour palette, and perspective in mind, we can create a stunning replica of Two Cut Sunflowers just for you. We also have a 100% money back guarantee; this means that if our replica fails to meet your expectations, you get all your money back, no questions asked.
A Lasting Impression
Van Gogh was a big fan of Impressionists, particularly because of the way they used to include Oriental influences in their art. By mid-1887, Van Gogh had started using Japanese motifs
for a lot of his paintings. The most notable examples include ‘The Courtesan
’ and the background for ‘Portrait Of Pere Tanguy
’. In Pere Tanguy’s portrait, Van Gogh essentially covers the wall with patterns and designs that draw massive amounts of influence and inspiration from Japanese art. In March 1887 he even organised an exclusive exhibition of Japanese motifs in Cafe du Tambourin, owned by Agostina Segatori, the subject in Van Gogh’s painting, ‘L’Italienne‘
The Bigger Picture
Two Cut Sunflowers is just one of the many paintings made by Van Gogh that featured only sunflowers
. He made a bunch of paintings that showed sunflowers in almost every stage of life, from budding, to full bloom, to withering. The painting showcased here was made while he was staying with his brother Theo in Paris
. For the next few years, Van Gogh would continue to make paintings of sunflowers and keep reworking them. When he moved to Arles
to share a studio with Gauguin, he wrote to his brother saying, ‘Now that I hope to live with Gauguin in a studio of our own, I want to make decorations for the studio. Nothing but big flowers.’
Current Value Of Two Cut Sunflowers
Quoting an accurate price for this exemplary piece of art is slightly difficult. However, other work that Van Gogh created during this period has been valued at prices ranging from USD 82.6 million to USD 103.8 million.
Two Cut Sunflowers In The Metropolitan Museum Of Art
You can examine the aesthetic intricacies of Van Gogh’s Two Cut Sunflowers at The Metropolitan Museum Of Art
in New York, USA.