Van Gogh Art Collection - Blue and Yellow
This is a curated collection of artworks by the famous Dutch artist, Vincent Van Gogh. The focus of this collection is the yellow and blue palette seen in much of his work, and it includes a variety of landscape, portrait and still-life art.
In 1888-9, Van Gogh suffered a series of psychotic episodes that led to him staying in hospitals in Arles and Saint-Rémy de Provence. Some of the paintings featured here are from that time. The final three paintings included in this collection are from a series of ‘appropration art’, whereby Van Gogh did copies of works by some of his favourite artists (mostly Jean-François Millet). Van Gogh did not replicate the works but sought to present the subjects in his own way, using his own choice of colours, composition and technique to express meaning and emotion.
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