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グラスの中の花咲くアーモンドの花 手描き油彩画

To his sister: “For my part I must also wish you a happy birthday since I’d like to give you something of my work that you’ll like. I’ll...

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花咲くアーモンドの木 ミニペインディング 手描き油彩画

The work was painted for Van Gogh’s newly born nephew, and namesake, Vincent Van Gogh. His brother Theo deciding to name his son after...

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花咲くアーモンドの木  手描き油彩複製画

The white blossoms of a tree in the throes of spring, surrounded by a deep and endless blue sky. The painting is a beautiful combination...

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裏返しの蟹 手描き油彩複製画

The Crab on its Back shows still life oil painting of a crab lying on its back, against a green background. Although a humble object, the...

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サント=マリーの浜辺の釣り船 手描き油彩複製画

The seascape painting - “Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries” is result of Van Gogh’s long time wish to create a seaside...

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ラ・クローの収穫  手描き油彩複製画

This painting was part of Van Gogh’s Wheafield series. Nature was always a source of inspiration for Van Gogh, and the manual labour of...

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ジャポネズリー 雨の橋 広重の模写   手描き油彩複製画

A shining example of Van Gogh’s attraction towards traditional Japanese woodblock prints. This is the Dutch painting legend’s version of...

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ジャポネズリー 梅の開花 広重の模写 手描き油彩複製画

Van Gogh’s fascination with Japanese woodblock printing reached its peak during his stay in Paris. This was a copy of one of Hiroshige’s...

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ジャポネズリー 花魁 渓斎英泉の模写 手描き油彩複製画

Reflecting the deep-set Japanese influence on Van Gogh, the Oiran is the painting of a courtesan by Kesaï Eisen, set against elements of...

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ラ・クロー 花咲く桃ノ木 手描き油彩複製画

La Crau with Peach Trees in Blossom is one of those paintings Van Gogh made during his trip to Southern France. The picturesque...

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タンギー爺さんの肖像 手描き油彩複製画

An exemplary piece showcasing the artistic excellence of Vincent Van Gogh. This is the third out of a series of three portraits that Van...

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種まく人  ゴッホ美術館  手描き油彩複製画

With the rising sun just above the horizon and a lone farmer working tirelessly to plant his crop, this work of Van Gogh depicts his...

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Japonaiserie oil paintings by Vincent van Gogh reproductions

Like many other impressionist artists of that time, Van Gogh too, was influenced by Japanese art and culture. In fact, he himself coined the term Japonaiserie to express his own influence over the eastern art forms. In a letter to his brother Theo, Van Gogh boldly expressed that all of his work was based on Japanese art in one way or another. According to him, studying Japanese art was like entering into a new religion. For him, studying Japanese art wasn’t possible without becoming more cheerful, and happier. It made him return to nature and follow his own path, instead of doing what everyone else was doing. Some of the paintings by Van Gogh under Japonaiserie series include the Bridge in the Rain and Flowering Plum Tree.

Japonaiserie Series

When the trade between Japan and Europe started in 1854, Japanese goods started hitting the European cities. And one of the most famous Japanese products among artists were wood block colour prints, or ukiyo-e prints, as they were called in Japanese. It was during Van Gogh’s stay in Paris when he discovered these wood blocks and got instantly inspired. He collected over 100 of these prints, and with his brother Theo, started dealing in them as well.

A common characteristic of all these paintings in the Japonaiserie series is that an ordinary subject matter with a very distinctively cropped compositions is used. There are flat regions of uniform colour, and there is a big emphasis on decorative patterns. Most of these characteristics can also be found in the paintings which Van Gogh did during his stay in Antwerp. Two of the paintings from Japonaiserie series were actually copies of Hiroshige prints.

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