VAN GOGH STARRY NIGHT CERAMIC CYLINDER MUSEUM VASE DUTCH ARTIST
Offered here is a museum collectible cylinder vase based on an adaptation of the famous painting by Vincent Van Gogh. It is made from quality ceramic and is part of the Parastone Museum Collection of noteworthy museum statues, paintings and cultural artifacts.
Includes color description card.
Brand new in gift box, ready for gift giving!
Measures approximately 7" tall.
Made In The Netherlands.
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was born in the Netherlands, the son of a Dutch Reformed minister and a bookseller's daughter. In his short lifetime, he produced nearly 900 paintings and more than 1100 works on paper. Van Gogh sold only one painting during his lifetime. He died prematurely with the sense that his work and life were a complete failure. Shortly after his death, his work began to receive the praise and acclaim Van Gogh had strived for throughout his life.
Van Gogh's most popular works are from the last two years of his life; a very turbulent and unstable time for him physically and mentally. It was during this time Van Gogh created Starry Night (1889). Hospitalized, the painting reflects the view from his window although it is said he painted Starry Night from memory and imagination. The composition includes the village of Saint Remy, with the church in the center of the village. Because of his evangelistic propensity, many believe this religious endeavor may be reflected in the eleven stars mentioned in Genesis 37:9.
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