Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh Leggings
Van Gogh associated the colour yellow with hope and friendship. He suggested that his four Sunflowers canvases, painted to decorate his house in Arles, express an ‘idea symbolising gratitude’. He seems to have been especially pleased with this picture, which he hung in the guest bedroom in anticipation of the arrival of his friend, the artist Paul Gauguin.
Vincent van Gogh, 1853 – 1890
Sunflowers (detail) (1888),
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