Vincent Van Gogh’s genius hauntingly shines in the swirled brushstrokes, vivid colors and distorted forms of “Starry Night.” A Dutch Grand Master, Van Gogh (1853 – 1890) was an astoundingly prolific post-Impressionist who produced all of his work in 10 years, but only sold one painting in his life. While institutionalized, Van Gogh created “Starry Night,” his most famous painting, completely from memory. It now hangs in the permanent collection in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
An affordable alternative to original art, canvas pops off the wall with rich texture, color and detail. The artist-grade, acid-free cotton canvas is protected with a UV coating that eliminates glare.