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Two Poplars in the Alpilles near Saint-Rémy Van Gogh reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

"I have a study of two yellowed poplars on a background of mountains and a view of the park here at home,...

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Wheat Field under Thunderclouds Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

The lush greens and yellows of the fields reach all the way to the horizon. Above a moody sky in deep...

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Wheat Field Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

Van Gogh’s religious beliefs, his connection with Mother Nature, his appreciation of manual laborers & his...

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Wheat Field with Crows mini painting, hand-painted in oil on canvas

Van Gogh was pleased about some breakthroughs he was having, including finding a way to express sadness in...

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Wheat Field with Crows Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

Thick paint strokes animate a field and a moody sky, circling crows are in the distance with a path leading...

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Wheat Field with Cypresses at the Haute Galline Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

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

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Wheat Field with Cypresses Van Gogh Reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

There is a rugged beauty to this Van Gogh landscape. The cloudy sky swirls, and Van Gogh captures the chaos...

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Wheat Fields near Auvers Van Gogh reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

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Wheat Fields with Reaper Van Gogh reproduction, hand-painted in oil on canvas

During the last months of his life Van Gogh happily lived in Auvers-sûr-Oise. He also painted the famous...

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Landscape oil paintings by Vincent van Gogh reproductions

Vincent Van Gogh’s landscape paintings weren’t just about replicating the scenery in front of him, he wanted to convey a message through them. That is why industrialisation can be seen as a common theme in most of his landscapes. For instance, even though wheat fields might have been his main subject in a number of paintings, he also depicted the chimneys in background, showing how agriculture was losing. Van Gogh painted landscapes in Asnières, Arles, and Saint-Remy, where he was checked into a mental asylum. In Saint-Remy, he would usually paint the view from his window which showed wheat fields with a backdrop of mountains. Some of the more popular paintings from this series include Harvest in Provence and Railway Carriages in Arles.

Landscape series

To depict the metaphor of life in his paintings, Van Gogh showed the life cycle of agriculture. Surprisingly, Van Gogh often claimed that he didn’t see himself as a landscape painter. But the truth is, nature was often his subject for paintings. Since he struggled with relationships in his life, Vincent often believed that the most important relationship which everyone has is with nature. Yes, he did use figures to distance his paintings from the traditional landscape paintings, but the overall effect was pretty similar.

Another recurring theme in all of Vincent’s paintings is the peasant life. In his painting, The Harvest, there is a half mowed wheat field and a reaper working in the background. According to Van Gogh, this was one of his most successful paintings. In a letter to his brother Theo, Van Gogh wrote that ‘this canvas completely kills all the rest.’ And he was indeed right. One look at the painting and you can almost feel the heat and dryness of the flat Arles landscape.

About Van Gogh Studio

Just minutes away from the iconic Van Gogh Museum is Van Gogh Studio which aims at providing everyone a masterpiece of the most iconic artists of the century. The artists who create oil reproductions at the Van Gogh Studio are mainly from Holland and they have studied Vincent’s paintings and techniques for years. Our aim isn’t to provide you with a replica, we want you to take home a painting which looks and feels just like the original.