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Nederlands: Vincent van Gogh 1853 - 1890
Zonnebloemen, 1889 Sunflowers
olieverf op doek / oil on canvas Vincent van Gogh Stichting
Vanuit het verlangen in Arles een kunstenaarskolonie te stichten, had Van Gogh zijn collega Gauguin uitgenodigd om bij hem te komen wonen. Om Gauguins kamer te decoreren schilderde Van Gogh een aantal zonnebloemstillevens, waarvan er drie versies met een gele en twee met een blauwe achtergrond bewaard zijn gebleven. Zijn vriend noemde ze 'een goed voorbeeld van een stijl die helemaal Vincent is' .
Driven by his desire to establish an artists' colony in Arles, Van Gogh invited his friend Gauguin to come and live with him. To decorate Gauguin's room, he painted a number of still lifees with sunflowers. Of these, five remain: three with a yellow background, and two with a blue background. His friend called them 'a good example of a style that is wholly Vincent's.'This photo was taken on 23 june 2009 during a one-time exclusive photo session at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam for the Wiki Loves Art /NL project.
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