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Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh
Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh

Wheatfield with Crows - Vincent Van Gogh

Here Vincent Van Gogh attaches importance to perspective, giving great depth to his painting: the horizon stands out against the wheat fields of Auvers-sur-Oise, while the procession of crows invites one to explore what the artist does not show, namely the deep darkness of the sky outside the painting. Art historians see this as a representation of the artist's preoccupied state of mind: a dark, ominous sky, three paths going in different directions, and black crows, a sign of an impending end. This is one of the artist's last works.

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Here Vincent Van Gogh attaches importance to perspective, giving great depth to his painting: the horizon stands out against the wheat fields of Auvers-sur-Oise, while the procession of crows invites one to explore what the artist does not show, namely the deep darkness of the sky outside the painting. Art historians see this as a representation of the artist's preoccupied state of mind: a dark, ominous sky, three paths going in different directions, and black crows, a sign of an impending end. This is one of the artist's last works.

The artist

Né le 30 Mars 1853, à Groot-Zundert en Hollande, Vincent Van Gogh se destine d'abord à une vie religieuse. A 27 ans, après une intense phase de dépression, il décide de se consacrer uniquement à la peinture. Ses fréquentations et lieux de vie l'influenceront dans ses mouvances artistiques : post-impressionnisme, expressionnisme et fauvisme. Il part pour Paris rejoindre son frère, où il rencontrera Toulouse-Lautrec, Pissarro et Gauguin. En 1886, il déménage pour Arles et s'installe dans un atelier avec son ami Gauguin. Une violente dispute avec ce dernier le conduit à se trancher l'oreille. Conscient de ses crises de folie, il consent à l'internement en 1889 dans un asile religieux à Saint-Rémi de Provence. Deux mois après sa sortie, il se suicide d'une balle de revolver en 1890 à Auvers-Sur-Oise. 

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