Farm In A Wheat Field

size(cm): 45x50
Sale price£150 GBP


The Farm In A Wheat Field is one of the most emblematic works of the famous Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh. This painting, done in 1888, is a perfect example of the Post-Impressionism artistic style, which is characterized by the use of bright colors and the representation of reality in a subjective way.

The composition of the work is very interesting, since Van Gogh uses a very particular perspective to show the farm in the center of the painting. The artist uses diagonal lines to create a sense of depth and movement in the work, making the viewer feel immersed in the landscape.

Color is another prominent aspect of this painting. Van Gogh uses a bright, saturated color palette to depict the wheat field and blue sky. The yellow and golden tones of the wheat contrast with the intense blue of the sky, creating a sense of harmony and balance in the work.

The story behind this painting is also fascinating. Van Gogh painted this work while living in Arles, in the south of France. During this period, the artist was obsessed with the idea of ​​creating a community of artists in the region, and the Farm In A Field Of Wheat was one of the works he created to showcase the beauty of the area.

In addition to these well-known aspects of the work, there are some lesser-known details that are also interesting. For example, Van Gogh is believed to have used a photograph as a reference for the farmhouse at the center of the painting. It is also known that the artist painted this work in a single day, which shows his skill and passion for painting.

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