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Vincent van Gogh – The Harvest – for Emile Bernard

Artist

Vincent (Willem) van gough was born on March 30, 1853 in Groot-Zundert. He died on July 29, 1890 in Auvers-sur-Oise, France. Van Gough is known as one of the most influential artists of modern art. His expressive way of painting and the mysterious illness that led to his early death were significant in the forming of his legend. His style of painting and sketching would count as post-impressionism. He influenced in particular the expressionists and Fauves. His pieces of art started selling at incredible numbers during the 1980s.

Artwork

The drawing “The Harvest – for Emile Bernard” was created in 1888, it measures 31.8 x 24.1 cm (width x height).

Brief description

Vincent van Gogh managed to create a summerly landscape by using dots and lines. One has the feeling as if he’s working on his first draft, working on image composition. There are other variations of this drawing. The focal point and the pictured landscape stay the same, also the late summer harvest motif are reused. This drawing was purposefully drawn for Emile Bernard, who had written contact with van Gogh, Paul Gaugin und Paul Cezanne and as an artist himself, participated in the radical change of arts in the late 19. Century.

Genre & Material

The Harvest – for Emile Bernard is a drawing. It was drawn using a bourdon tube on paper.

Where can i find this in Berlin?

In the Kupferkabinett am Kulturforum Potsdamer Platz, Matthaikirchplatz, 10785 Berlin. To find out how to get there, please click the clink below the description.

Vincent van Gogh managed to create a summerly landscape by using dots and lines. One has the feeling as if he’s working on his first draft, working on image composition. There are other variations of this drawing. The focal point and the pictured landscape stay the same, also the late summer harvest motif are reused. This drawing was purposefully drawn for Emile Bernard, who had written contact with van Gogh, Paul Gaugin und Paul Cezanne and as an artist himself, participated in the radical change of arts in the late 19. Century.

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