Vase Of Flowers

size(cm): 50x45
Sale price£150 GBP


Theo Van Rysselberghe's Vase of Flowers is a masterpiece of Post-Impressionism that has captivated art lovers since its creation in 1910. This painting is a perfect example of Van Rysselberghe's artistic style, characterized by the use of short brushstrokes. and vibrant to create a sensation of light and movement in the work.

The composition of the painting is impressive, with a vase filled with brightly colored flowers that stand out against a dark background. The arrangement of the flowers is carefully planned, with each flower placed in a strategic place to create a visual balance in the work.

The use of color in the Vase of Flowers is particularly notable. Van Rysselberghe uses a bright, saturated color palette to create a sense of vitality and energy in the work. Shades of pink, yellow and blue are mixed in the painting to create a sense of movement and dynamism.

The story behind the painting is fascinating. Van Rysselberghe created this work at his home in Saint-Clair, on the south coast of France. The painting was part of a series of works that Van Rysselberghe created during his time at Saint-Clair, and it became one of his most famous works.

There are some lesser known aspects of the Vase of Flowers that are also interesting. For example, the painting was purchased by famed American art collector John Quinn in 1911, and was kept in his private collection until his death in 1924. The work later came into the possession of the New York Art Gallery, where it was exhibited. for many years before being sold to a private collector.

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