This is one of Van Gogh's most famous paintings. Over the years, it has been reproduced so often and in so many different forms that people often recognize the painting even if they have never seen this original.
In this painting, Van Gogh has emulated his knowledge of Japanese printmaking. The composition is both simple and complex. In terms of style, there are no shadows. The colours are bright and clean.
The foreshortened bed on the right offset by the two chairs gives the viewer the perspective of a child's eye level. Also, notice how the warm colours of the lower half of the painting (floors, chairs, table and bed) are balanced by cool blues of the walls in the top half of the painting.
Van Gogh painted this image at Saint-Remy, France in 1889. In French, the title of the painting is La chamber de Van Gogh a Arles".
This image was created by photographing the original painting with a professional high-definition Leica camera. It is not a copy from the internet. With the exceptional photography and exacting standards of color, this guarantees that you get the finest quality possible.
The watermark in the lower right hand corner of the picture does not appear on the final print.
Prints are produced on acid-free paper using archival inks to guarantee they last a lifetime without fading or loss of contrast, colour or tone.
If you chose to order a framed print, the framing is done to museum quality with archival matting. The frame is wired and comes with a wall hook. It is ready to hang on the wall.
December 2nd, 2018
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