In May 1890, just before he checked himself out of the asylum at Saint-RÂ© my, Van Gogh painted four exuberant bouquets of spring flowers, the only still life of any ambition he had undertaken during his yearlong stay: two of irises, two of roses, in contrasting color schemes and formats. In the MuseumÂ© ï¿½s Irises he sought a Â© ï¿½harmonious and softÂ© ï¿½ effect by placing the Â© ï¿½violetÂ© ï¿½ flowers against a Â© ï¿½pink background,Â© ï¿½ which have since faded owing to his use of fugitive red pigments. Another work from this series, Roses, hangs in the adjacent gallery. Both were owned by the artistÂ© ï¿½s mother until her death in 1907. All prints and frames are 100% American made at our warehouse in Cincinnati, OH. We print all art pieces, manufacture our own frames, and stretch our own canvas. All items are on-demand and produced right here! Each print is printed onto semi-gloss paper, and then either rolled or framed before shipping out. Canvas prints are stretched over 1.5-inch stretcher bars. We take pride in the quality of all our products and strive to give our customers the best wall art possible!
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