Van Gogh Reproduction Oil Painting “ Green Wheat Fields “
, “Green Wheat Fields, Auvers” was thought to have been painted in Auvers-sur-Oise, France, following van Gogh’s voluntary confinement at the asylum in St.-Rémy. While there, he painted what are often described as his “pure landscapes,” capturing the countryside he saw around him. Devoid of figures, the painting is consumed by a windswept field, rendered in dramatic rich greens and blues, with his sweeping brushwork and thick impasto.
This is a hand painted reproduction painting after the original. Skilfully painted with a real feeling of light and movement in the sky. It really transports you to a sunny afternoon in The beautiful French countryside.
Painted on canvas Unframed. You could easily find a frame of your choice or simply hang as is for a super modern look. Painted in the late 21st century.
Measures 41 cm x 51 cm
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