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チューリップ畑 手描き油彩複製画

Also known as Flower Beds in Holland, Bulb Fields is an oil painting that was created by Vincent Van Gogh during 1883, his second year of...

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プロヴァンスの収穫 手描き油彩複製画

Painted just outside Arles by Vincent Van Gogh, Harvest in Provence is a vibrant depiction of the harvest season in South of France,...

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白い帽子をかぶった農婦の顔 手描き油彩複製画

During his time in Nuenen, Van Gogh produced a series of paintings and drawings based on peasants, which he called “Peasant character...

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女性の顔 手描き油彩複製画

In 1884, Van Gogh moved to Nuenen, where his parents lived. At this time, he began working on a series of paintings and drawings of the...

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昼:仕事の間の休息(ミレーを模して) 手描き油彩複製画

The peaceful nature of the mid-day rest is captured gracefully by Van Gogh in his masterpiece “Noon: Rest from Work”. Contrasting &...

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アルルの見える花咲く果樹園 手描き油彩複製画

Orchard in Blossom with View of Arles, painted in spring 1889, is one of the paintings in the “Flowering Orchards” series that Van Gogh...

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ジャガイモを食べる人々 クローラーミュラー美術館 手描き油彩複製画

This painting is reminiscent of Van Gogh’s time in Nuenen, where he found that working with peasants as subjects gave him a new...

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Study for 'The Potato Eaters'

Considering the study of peasants and their daily lives to have a religious significance, Van Gogh proceeded to make numerous paintings...

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じゃがいもを食べる人々 手描き油彩複製画

A darkly-toned painting of peasants sitting down for dinner. Van Gogh wanted to show the harsh life they were forced to lead. The...

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赤い葡萄畑 手描き油彩複製画

The Red Vineyard that Vincent Van Gogh painted at Arles, in November 1888, is the only painting that the artist managed to sell while he...

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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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種まく人 手描き油彩複製画

One of the most famous works out of Van Gogh’s ‘Sower’ paintings. He made the first one in 1883, and six others after painting this in 1888.

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種まく人 ヴィラ・フローラ 手描き油彩複製画

A lone farmer works tirelessly to plant his crop in this painting. This is one of Van Gogh’s examples of impressionism and Japanese...

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Peasants and Farmers oil paintings by Vincent van Gogh reproductions

Vincent Van Gogh had sympathy for the working class as he saw industrialization take over in the world. He also saw the working class as an important factor in the development of modern art. This was the reason why Van Gogh was so interested in doing character studies of the working class which included, fishermen, farmers, and weavers. Some of the more famous paintings from this genre include – Head of a Woman, The Potato Eaters, Noon, rest from work, and The Sower.

Peasants and Farmers series

When looking at Van Gogh’s paintings about peasants, it is clear that he was influenced by Millet’s work. After all, Millet marked a turning point in 19th century art and Van Gogh decided to become an artist in 1880. Van Gogh made studies of a lot of women. In fact, in a letter, he also revealed that he preferred to paint peasant women in blue denims, rather than dresses.

The women in the painting The Head of a Woman was Gordina de Groot. She was the daughter of the De Groot family, who also posed for a Van Gogh painting – The Potato Eaters. The painting depicts a peasant woman who seems worn out by work and her hard life. On the other hand, Van Gogh’s painting Head of a Woman with her Hair Loose depicts a dishevelled woman in a state of undress.

On the other hand, most of Van Gogh’s paintings of men were done at work. While in Nuenen, Van Gogh produced many peasant paintings, including the acclaimed Head of a Man. Over his entire artistic career, at least 30 of Van Gogh’s painting included the sower, and that was because Van Gogh believed sowing symbolized life. For him, life seemed like a sowing time and the harvest wasn’t even close.

Van Gogh Studio

The Van Gogh Studio has been developed with one single aim – to make it possible for everyone to own a masterpiece by the world’s most acclaimed artist. We have artists from Holland and the rest of the world working with us. These artists have minutely studied Van Gogh’s techniques, so much so that the oil reproduction you get will look exactly like an original.