Vincent van Gogh - Boeket bloemen in een vaas



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Title Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 65.1 × 54 cm (25.6 × 21.3 in)
Accession number 1993.400.4
Object history Provenance: : Gyula Andorkó, Budapest and Paris (d. 1909); [Galerie Druet, Paris]; [Galerie Vildrac (Charles Vildrac), Paris, by 1928–at least 1930]; [Marie Harriman Gallery, New York, by 1932–57; sold on May 20, 1957 to Wildenstein]; [Wildenstein, New York, 1957–74; sold on May 17, 1974 to Annenberg]; Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg, Rancho Mirage, Calif. (1974–93; jointly with MMA, 1993–his d. 2002; his bequest to MMA)
Credit line The Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg Collection, Gift of Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg, 1993, Bequest of Walter H. Annenberg, 2002
English: This still life is not mentioned in Van Gogh's letters and has puzzled scholars as to its place in his artistic production. Ostensibly, it is closest to the mixed bouquets of summer flowers that he produced in quantity in Paris (1886–87). However, it was not until later, in Saint-Rémy and Auvers (1889–90), when he painted a few still lifes which were of an entirely different character, that Van Gogh's work evinced the same intensity, vigorous handling, and peculiarities of style. This "Bouquet" seems to be a singular instance when Van Gogh applied the rigors of his mature landscape style to a still-life subject. It is most certainly a late work, made just shortly before his death, on July 29, 1890, in Auvers.[1]
Source/Photographer metmuseum.org


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