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Vincent van Gogh has a characteristic style and this creation is no different. This beauty was painted in 1889, just around the time he arrived at the asylum. He again, played with an unusual perspective in this painting and executed it beautifully. As in a number of his last paintings, there is no definite horizon in the distance, and it works. His brushwork here is very controlled, with short, sharp lines to emphasise the foliage, and then even shorter, almost more dotty to paint the flowers. This is one of a total of seven paintings with Van Gogh painted with poppies. (He didn't have money to pay models, so landscapes were a good alternative.)
This 40 x 50cm version of his masterpiece canvas is a challenging one, with 23 colours and lots of details. Each box contains a stretched, printed and numbered canvas, paint, brushes and a page detailing the numbers for an extra reference.