• Vincent Van Gogh - Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles, 1889 - Life Size, On Paper
  • Vincent Van Gogh - Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles, 1889 - Life Size, On Paper
  • Vincent Van Gogh - Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles, 1889 - Life Size, On Paper
  • Vincent Van Gogh - Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles, 1889 - Life Size, On Paper
  • Vincent Van Gogh - Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles, 1889 - Life Size, On Paper
  • Vincent Van Gogh - Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles, 1889 - Life Size, On Paper

Vincent Van Gogh - Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles, 1889 - Life Size, On Paper

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Van Gogh produced three, almost identical paintings on the theme of his bedroom. The first, in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, was executed in October 1888, and damaged during a flood that occurred while the painter was in hospital in Arles. Almost a year later, Van Gogh made two copies of it: one, the same size, is now in the Art Institute in Chicago; the other, in the Musée d'Orsay, produced for his family in Holland, is smaller.

Dimensions:
H. 57,4 cm / L. 72,6 cm
Technique:
LITO HI-RND© print on paper

Vincent van Gogh, born on March 30, 1853, in Zundert, Netherlands, was a Dutch post-impressionist painter who is now considered one of the most influential figures in the history of Western art. Despite his relatively short and troubled life, van Gogh's artistic legacy endures.

Van Gogh began his artistic journey as a young man working in various fields, including art dealing and teaching, before he decided to pursue a career as an artist in his late twenties. His early works were characterized by dark and somber tones, reflecting his struggles with mental health and personal challenges.

In 1886, van Gogh moved to Paris, where he was exposed to the vibrant art scene of the time, including the Impressionist movement. This had a profound impact on his style, leading him to experiment with brighter colors and bold brushwork. During this period, he produced some of his most iconic works, such as "Starry Night" and "Sunflowers."

Throughout his career, van Gogh's mental health deteriorated, and he experienced periods of deep depression and anxiety. Despite these challenges, he continued to paint prolifically, creating a vast body of work that included landscapes, portraits, and still lifes.

Tragically, van Gogh's life was cut short when he died by suicide on July 29, 1890, at the age of 37. His work was not widely recognized during his lifetime, but in the years following his death, his paintings gained significant acclaim. Today, Vincent van Gogh is celebrated for his expressive use of color, his emotional depth, and his unique artistic vision.

His paintings are cherished worldwide, and his legacy as an artist continues to inspire and captivate art enthusiasts and scholars alike. Vincent van Gogh's contribution to the art world is a testament to the power of creativity and the enduring impact of his work on the world of art.

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