Collection: Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter known for his emotionally charged and visually expressive artworks. Born in 1853, van Gogh created over 2,000 artworks in a decade-long career.

His art is characterized by bold colors, dramatic brushwork, and emotional intensity. Van Gogh's paintings often depicted rural landscapes, still lifes, and portraits, imbued with his unique perspective and deep emotional connection to his subjects.

Van Gogh's style evolved throughout his career, marked by vibrant and swirling brushstrokes that conveyed his emotions and perceptions. He used color and texture in unconventional ways, striving to evoke feelings and sensations rather than replicating reality. Despite struggling with poverty and mental health problems, van Gogh's passion for art never waned.

Posthumously, van Gogh's work gained immense recognition, and he became one of the most celebrated and influential figures in the history of Western art, influencing countless artists with his unique style and emotional depth.