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Van Gogh tapestry or plaid, Starry Night, 1889

Vincent VAN GOGH tapestry or plaid
"Starry Night, 1889"



Dimensions : 140 x 100 cm (55" x 39.4")

Because of the traditional, non automated, realization, the measurements are approximate and are given for information only. Some variations can exist from a model to an other.

Composition : 100% Coton
Dry clean only

You will find in each tapestry and cusion cover the wealth of an exclusive point of weaving, and the quality of a unique knowledge, using noble materials such as wool and cotton, weaved on true original Jacquard looms.
Made in Flanders in the famous tradition of master weavers in this region.
Beautiful finishes.

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Van Gogh tapestry, Starry Night, 1889, wall-hanging Van Gogh tapestry, Starry Night, 1889 (detail 1) Van Gogh tapestry, Starry Night, 1889 (detail 2)



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Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890 Netherlands)

More cultural and artistic informations about the painter

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Main works :

Iris, Sunflowers, Cafe Terrace on the Place du Forum, Arles at Night, Self-portrait, Vincent's bedroom in Arles, The Starry night.

Artistic movement :

Post-Impressionism. Vincent Van Gogh prefigures the Fauvism.

Inspiration, influence :

Millet and Delacroix, for the composition and the naturalism. Anton Mauve who was his master for the technique and Hiroshige for the approach of the painter regarding the nature...

His contemporaries :

He shares the post impressionnism period with Cézane or Gauguin, then he shares the pre-expressionistic period with Munch or Ensor. Each of these artists making in his own way, the transition between the visual impressions (Monet or Renoir) and the expressions of felt (Schiele ou Kokoschka).

To keep in mind :

Vincent van Gogh is one of the essential links of the evolution of the art, but it will be necessary to wait for the historians to establish this fact. His contemporaries almost totally missed the Van Gogh revolution.

To go further :

If the role of Théo Van Gogh, the brother of Vincent, is very well known, the one of his widow Johanna Bonger (since Théo died one year after Vincent), is much less known. She effectiveley the first exhibitions, in Netherland (from 1898) and so succeeded in making recognize the work of her brother-in-law, publishing also the letters of Vincent... She greatly participated in Vincent's legend.