Wheat Field with Crows Replica on Canvas: a Dramatic Reproduction
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Van Gogh’s Words
Wheat Field With Crows has had many different interpretations attributed to it. The circling crows, a path leading to nowhere in particular, and an ominous, moody sky have given people cause to assume that this was Van Gogh’s farewell to the earth, and to the nature
he so dearly loved. Van Gogh himself wrote to his brother Theo at the time, saying that he was working on a few large canvases, depicting immense stretches of wheat fields
under turbulent skies. He was pleased about some breakthroughs he was having, including finding a way to express sadness in these paintings along with an extreme loneliness. Not the final painting
many people believed.
Wheat Field With Crows to be Van Gogh’s final painting.
This too was partly because the painting itself seems to depict so much turmoil that it was assumed to be the point at which Van Gogh finally went over the edge. It was most certainly painted in the final week of the artists life, but it is not believed to be the last. Art historians are unsure of the exact piece that was Van Gogh’s last, at varying times it has been believed The Fields
, Field With Stacks Of Wheat, Tree Roots, and Daubigny’s Garden were the last. It will most likely never be known which one was his final canvas.
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Current value of Wheat Field with Crows
It is impossible to estimate today’s value, though it could easily be worth over $300 million if it was ever sold.
Van Gogh Museum
Wheat Field with Crows, can be visited at the Van Gogh Museum
in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.