Vincent Van Gogh Wild Roses
1890 Fine Art Painting
Wild Roses is a painting by Dutch post-impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh.The artwork belongs to a collection of paintings that Vincent van Gogh did when he was a self-admitted patient at the Saint-Paul asylum in Saint-Remy-de-Provence from May 1889 until May 1890. During much of his stay there he was confined to the grounds of the asylum, and he made paintings of the garden, the enclosed wheat field that he could see outside his room and a few portraits of individuals at the asylum. Nature seemed especially meaningful to him, trees, the landscape, even caterpillars as representative of the opportunity for transformation and budding flowers symbolizing the cycle of life.
Artistic beautiful decorative cute floral vintage wildflowers fine art in shades of dark green and yellow-green.