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Art Wall ''The Cafe Terrace on the Place Du Forum Arles'' by Vincent Van Gogh Painting Print on Canvas

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Art Wall ''The Cafe Terrace on the Place Du Forum Arles'' by Vincent Van Gogh Painting Print on Canvas

''Birth Year : 1853 Death Year : 1890 Country : Netherlands View a biographical overview of Vincent van Gogh's life, and learn about how he discovered art and eventually became one of the most famous artists in the world. Vincent van Gogh would become one of the most well-known artists in the world. His paintings have become easily recognizable to cultures throughout the world, and he has become the archetypal “tortured artist.” Van Gogh was born in 1853 and grew up in Holland. He was raised in a religious family with his father being a minister. When his school ended, Vincent followed his uncle's profession and became an art dealer learning the trade in Holland and then working in England and France. Vincent was successful and initially happy with his work. However, he soon grew tired of the business of art, especially in Paris, and lost interest in the trade. After returning home, Vincent began to study theology. While very passionate and enthusiastic, he failed exams to enter a couple programs. Characteristic of his personality, he was intelligent, able to speak multiple languages, but he did not think that Latin was a language for preaching to the poor. During this period, he worked as a missionary in a coal mining community living with hard working poor common people. As his development as a preacher was stalling, his interest in those around him was increasing. His life as an artist was beginning. In 1880, at 27 years old, Van Gogh entered the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, Belgium. The following winter, living in Amsterdam, Vincent fell in love, had his heart broken, and began painting. The next few years would result in little success both in love and art. Van Gogh's Potato Eaters, his first major work, was painted in 1885. By this time, he was still having difficulty finding love, but was beginning to receive interest in his paintings. He was now fully devoting himself to painting: living frugally, studying color theory, and admiring the works of artists like Peter Paul Rubens. Unfortunately, as would be his entire life, his paintings were still difficult to sell. His brother Theo, an art dealer and the recipient of many letters from Vincent, commented that there should be more color in his work. Van Gogh was painting peasants and rural landscapes using dark earth tones. Around this same time, Impressionism, with its bright vivid colors, was becoming popular. The next year, Vincent moved to Paris where his art began to take on the style that would make him famous. In Paris, he was discussing art with some of the most avant-garde and influential artists of his time – painters like Gauguin, Bernard, and Toulouse-Lautrec. He was using more color, applying the paint with thick, bold brushstrokes, and painted all that surrounded him. Van Gogh arranged to show his work, to positive reviews, but was still unable to sell any pieces. One of Van Gogh's dreams as an artist was to start a colony for artists in Arles in the south of France. Vincent moved to Arles where he was joined by Gauguin. While there, Van Gogh entered the most productive and creative period of his life painting his famous Sunflowers. However, it also was a time of great turmoil for Vincent beginning a period of hospital stays for mental illness and physical decline. After just ten years of painting and producing some 900 paintings, Vincent van Gogh took his own life in 1890. Never fully appreciated in his own time, it wouldn't take long for the art world to recognize the genius they lost. Within twenty years of his death, there were memorial shows of his works all over the world – influencing generations of artists to come.Artistic matte canvas is used to vibrantly recreate the original work of the artist. These magnificent prints are produced with the intention of decorating your home, office or studio with the brilliant essence of the masters who created them.''

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Features:

  • Artist: Vincent van Gogh
  • The cafe terrace on the place du forum arles
  • Wrapped canvas reproduction of classic art
  • Tri-brad 3D frames by Christophe patent pending
  • Made in the USA

Dimensions:

  • Overall: 2" D

Art Wall ''The Cafe Terrace on the Place Du Forum Arles'' by Vincent Van Gogh Painting Print on Canvas

Weights & Dimensions

  • Overall: 2" D
  • 8-in. x 12-in.: 8'' H x 12'' W x 2'' D, 3 lbs
  • 12-in. x 18-in.: 12'' H x 18'' W x 2'' D, 4 lbs
  • 18-in. x 26-in.: 18'' H x 26'' W x 2'' D, 4 lbs
  • 24-in. x 30-in.: 24'' H x 30'' W x 2'' D, 5 lbs
  • 26-in. x 40-in.: 26'' H x 40'' W x 2'' D, 5 lbs

Features

Product Type: Print of paintingSubject: Scenic
Size: Large 33"-40"; Medium 25"-32"; Mini 10"-17"; Small 18"-24"Style: Decorative
Color: Multi-ColorPrimary Art Material: Canvas
Number of Items Included: 1Artist: Vincent Van Gogh
Time Period: ImpressionismGender: Unisex/Both
Country of Manufacture: United States 

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The Art Wall offers quality reproductions of classics and more to go with any decor. Art Walls's artistic matte canvases vibrantly recreate the original work of artists. These magnificent prints are produced with the intention of decorating the home, office or studio with the brilliant essence of the masters who created them.

Art Wall ''The Cafe Terrace on the Place Du Forum Arles'' by Vincent Van Gogh Painting Print on Canvas

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being a Van Gogh fan my choice was easy , hanging in my dining area , thought it would be bigger but this is fine since I can't afford the real thing

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''The Cafe Terrace on the Place Du Forum Arles'' by Vincent Van Gogh Painting Print on Canvas is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: classic-1039-12x18-W, classic-1039-18x26-W, Classic-1039-24x30-w, classic-1039-26x40-W, classic-1039-8x12-W

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