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Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers (14 in a Vase)
Throughout the world there is artwork that is synonymous with an artist and his or name and technique. Van Gogh Sunflowers is a perfect example of this. There is an absolute mental connection made with Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers and his influence on the development of art through his paintings. Another way to gauge genius is how often and how many ways it has been duplicated; from the reproductive works found in households to art exhibits around the world.
Analyzing Sunflowers by Van Gogh and many of his other famous paintings, it is readily obvious the artist chose vibrant colors that would evoke emotions in the viewer. He captured the blazing yellows of life in full bloom and the arid browns that are often associated with wilting and death. And all the stages of the polar opposites in Sunflowers are present. Perhaps it is this that draws one into the painting, where every angle of life is witnessed and the viewer validates a deeper understanding of how life and death are tied together.
Van Gogh's Sunflowers is one of the world's most famous series of art works. From 1887 through 1888, Vincent Van Gogh completed two separate serious of sunflower paintings; the first in Paris and the second in Arles. Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers set in motion a style of artwork that altered, and is still altering the way the world views beauty, persona and individuality. In a short, creative span of time, Van Gogh created thousands of paintings that have been copied and reproduced; but duplicated by none. The very term "artist persona" can be attributed to Van Gogh, whose style continues to be mimicked more than a century after his passing.
Van Gogh Sunflowers continue to fascinate and captivate the mind; leaving one astounded at their simplistic beauty. Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers maintains a balance in every work that miraculously avoids disruption by the blazing burst of yellow and wilted brown colors he employs. The brilliance of sunflowers in a vase touches the emotional heart strings of the viewer. Applying broad, bold brush stokes to the painting, Van Gogh gives his paintings the look of relief sculpture. Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers become a dreamland filled with sunshine, beauty and hope.
More than anything, Van Gogh Sunflowers may reflect the psychological state of his time period. Van Gogh's life was short and what is deemed tragic. Perhaps his real genius is his love for nature and the ability to find pure beauty in the simple things of life. This may very well be the true legacy he left the world.
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