Vincent Van Gogh was a post impressionist painter of Dutch origin who suffered from bouts of mental illness and died aged just 37 from a gunshot wound, thought to be self inflicted, (although no gun was ever found).
This painting depicted the view that Vincent had from his window when he stayed at the 'Saint Remy de Provence' sanitorium in 1889. Unlike his other paintings of the night sky, this was done during the day from memory and is one of his most famous as it marks a decisive turn towards greater imaginative freedom of expression in his work.
Due to the bold brush strokes and the swirls of colour, this painting makes a dramatic statement on any wall, and the owner will have a conversation piece and a reproduction of one of the greatest works of art of all time.
If you choose to have your painting mounted, we use the highest quality stretcher bars to professionally stretch your painting to give you a clean finish on the back, and a gallery wrap around the edges so your painting looks beautiful from all sides.