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Van Gogh--Bridge in Rain after Hiroshige

Van Gogh--Bridge in Rain after Hiroshige

Bridge in the Rain, Vincent Van Gogh, 1887 - one of several Van Gogh paintings that reflect his interest in Japanese woodblocks

Bridge in the Rain, Vincent Van Gogh, 1887 - one of several Van Gogh paintings that reflect his interest in Japanese woodblocks

"La vigna rossa", 1888

"La vigna rossa", 1888

Vincent van Gogh, "De brug in de regen (naar Hiroshige)."  in the Van Gogh Museum.  In this painting, van Gogh was working closely with a Japanese print he found beautiful.  The border is entirely falsified--shapes and symbols he thought looked Japanese.  Japonisme, European art that attempted to copy the influx of art coming from Japan, was very popular during van Gogh's period.

Vincent van Gogh, "De brug in de regen (naar Hiroshige)." in the Van Gogh Museum. In this painting, van Gogh was working closely with a Japanese print he found beautiful. The border is entirely falsified--shapes and symbols he thought looked Japanese. Japonisme, European art that attempted to copy the influx of art coming from Japan, was very popular during van Gogh's period.

Vincent van Gogh, ciruelo floreciente Orchard (después de Hiroshige), 1887, Museo Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh, ciruelo floreciente Orchard (después de Hiroshige), 1887, Museo Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh

Red Vineyard: The only painting by Van Gogh which sold in his lifetime.

Red Vineyard: The only painting by Van Gogh which sold in his lifetime.

Sudden Shower at Ohashi Bridge at Ataka (from 100 Views of Edo), Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese), 1857, woodblock print, 33.8 x 22.1 cm

Sudden Shower at Ohashi Bridge at Ataka (from 100 Views of Edo), Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese), 1857, woodblock print, 33.8 x 22.1 cm

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Vincent Van Gogh, Still Life Red Poppies and Daisies | Inexpensive Flower Prints & Posters

Vincent Van Gogh, Still Life Red Poppies and Daisies | Inexpensive Flower Prints & Posters

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