man digging

size(cm): 45x45
Sale price£152 GBP


The Man Digging painting by Vincent Van Gogh is an impressive work that shows the unique artistic style of the famous artist. The composition of the painting is very interesting, as it shows a man working in a field, with a shovel in his hand and a cap on his head. Man is surrounded by a large amount of land, which extends to the horizon.

The use of color in the painting is particularly notable. Van Gogh uses a bright and vibrant color palette, including shades of yellow, orange, and green. These colors create a sense of movement and energy in the painting, making it very attractive to the eye.

The story behind the painting is also very interesting. Van Gogh painted Man Digging in 1882, when he was living in Nuenen, a small town in the Netherlands. During this time Van Gogh was obsessed with the idea of ​​capturing rural life and nature in his paintings. Man Digging is a perfect example of this obsession, as it shows a man working in a field, surrounded by nature.

Although Man Digging is a relatively small work (its original size is 30 x 29 cm), it is one of Van Gogh's most interesting paintings. The painting clearly shows his unique artistic style, his use of color and his obsession with rural life and nature. In addition, there are some little-known aspects of the painting, such as the fact that Van Gogh painted it in a single sitting, and that it was one of the first works he did in Nuenen.

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