Vase With Twelve Sunflowers, 1888
Vincent Van Gogh
When Vincent Van Gogh originally began painting his sunflowers series in the summer of 1888, he planned on a dozen paintings all featuring sunflowers of various hues and tints against blue backgrounds to decorate the Yellow House that he and Paul Gauguin were going to use as a studio. Unfortunately, Van Gogh was up against the clock as late summer turned to fall and the sunflowers began to wilt, resulting in only four completed paintings of the sunflowers series.
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