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Bowl of Zinnias and Other Flowers by Van Gogh

Verus Art US

  • See and feel the incredible texture of Vincent van Gogh's Bowl of Zinnias and Other Flowers, with this limited edition, elevated print of the original artwork.
    Please note that unframed prints have a small border since the original is not on a perfectly square support.
    Read the story behind the painting >

    • Certified Limited Edition of 250 prints. 
    • Verus Art re-creations are printed on premium aluminum panels using the highest quality archival inks
    • Elevated print size: 51.4 x 61.8 cm (20.2 x 24.3”)
  • The carefully selected, museum choice frame represents the era in which the original painting was completed, plus you can choose from two alternatives to best match your décor. 
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RE-CREATION FRAME CHOICES

Add your own finishing touch to your Vincent van Gogh textures reproduction with a choice of three luxury Larson-Juhl frames:

Vincent Van Gogh's Bowl of Zinnias and Other Flowers



THE STORY BEHIND VAN GOGH'S PAINTING

After working as an art dealer, schoolteacher, and missionary, Van Gogh decided to become an artist in 1880 and spent several years painting and sketching in the Netherlands. Intrigued by the Impressionists, he moved to Paris in March 1886 and lived with his brother Theo, an art dealer.

Bowl of Zinnias and Other Flowers is among a group of still-lifes painted that summer in which Van Gogh shed the darker palette of his Dutch period and explored color theories then current among the Parisian avant-garde. In July 1886, Theo wrote to their mother that Vincent was "mainly painting flowers with the object to put a more lively color into his next pictures….He has acquaintances who give him a collection of flowers every week which serve him as models."

 


Bowl of Zinnias and Other Flowers, by Van Gogh Painting Close Up



 

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