Vincent van Gogh Framed Art Prints

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Dutch, post-Impressionist.
Van Gogh was famously afflicted with anxiety and mental illness and his work is known for its bold colors and emotional content.
Van Gogh died young, at 37, by his own hand with little recognition and no financial success.
And yet, no painter has captured viewers' imaginations more consistently than Van Gogh; his influence and contributions to modern art are impossible to overstate.
Van Gogh was very prolific, producing hundreds of paintings between the years of 1885 and 1889.
Taking inspiration from the tradition of Reubens and of the French Impressionists and Neo-Impressionists of his own day, Van Gogh churned out an incredible string of masterworks.
From 1885 through 1888 Van Gogh was exposed to the most influential painters of the day thanks, in part, to his brother Theo.
He was familiar with the works of Cezanne, Seurat, Monet, Degas and Pissarro and he established a friendship with Paul Gauguin in Paris in 1887.
In 1888 Van Gogh moved to Arles, in France, and began painting the paintings that would change the world.
Bedroom in Arles, The Cafe Terrace at Night, his portrait of Joseph Roulin, Starlight over the Rhone, and Sunflowers were all painted in 1888.
Despite being a troubled soul and having a tragic personal story, Van Gogh brought the world into the 20th century.
Shortly after his death, his legacy and influence began to build.
He captured the spirit of the next generation of painters and was a precursor to the Expressionist movement of the early 1900s.
Indeed, Van Gogh still seems to have a special place in the hearts of art lovers the world over, his intense and jarring representations of the world have become part of the modern psyche.