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"I did not see anything other than a morning star that seemed so big a long time ago," says Van Gogh, his brother Theo. Van Gogh's most famous chart Starry Night, 1889. This is the work of Saint-Rémy in southern France. The original measurement of the painting is 73.7 x 92.1 cm.

Vicent Van Gogh painted the Starry Night chart on canvas with oil painting technique. The village is under the dominance of the moon and stars full of sky. The image looks a little turbulent and there are curved patterns on the surface that look like waves. The stars and moon are similar to an amphibole. The whole city feels like a swallow, the darkness seems to swallow light.

"I saw nothing more than a morning star that seemed so big before a sunrise from the window this morning," Van Gogh tells his brother Theo about his inspiration from his best-known paintings. The Starry Night (1889) was at the Saint-Paul asylum ceremony in Saint-Rémy, south of France, and tried to get rid of emotional agony as she continued to work.

This medium-sized, oil on canvas is under the dominance of night sky full of moon and stars. It covers four quarters of the picture plane and has wavy, even turbulent, curved patterns that appear to be waves on its surface. It was encircled by bright orbs, including the crescent moon on the far right, and Venus, surrounded by concentric halftones in the radiant white and yellow light, to the left of the center, to the left of the center.

Under this impressive sky, there is a restless birch village surrounding a church and rising above the peak of the undulating blue-black mountains in the background. There is a cypress tree in the foreground of the stage tonight. Like a flame, it serves as a visual link between land and sky, almost reaching the upper edge of the canvas. When symbolically thought, cypress can be seen as a bridge between life and death represented in heaven and often associated with heaven, as it is represented on earth. Cypress is also considered to be the trees and mourning of the cemetery. Van Gogh once wrote: "But the vision of the stars always drives me to the imagination. "Why, I tell myself, far from the black spots on the map in France, the hot spot of the spots should be less accessible to us. As we get on the train to Tarascon or Rouen, we are getting killed to go to a star. "

Vincent van Gogh Starry Night Paintings Story, Review and Analysis 

Starry Night is based on Vincent van Gogh's imagination, memories, and emotions. For example, the bell tower of the church is not in France. The style is similar to the Dutch church bell towers. The brush stroke of the artist leaves a feeling that there is a general movement in the environment and that nothing can escape from the loop. This is an impressive aspect. Vincent van Gogh, what seemed to be woven with a deep melancholy on existence. It is not a small point, but a deep rag that drifts us and that is human.

Starry Night relies on Vinog van Gogh's direct observations, imagination, memories, and emotions. For example, the bell tower of the church resembles those in the native Holland, not in France. On the other hand, the appearance in the sky, the state of stars known as nebulae, is now being evaluated astronomically. The sky shows the time when Van Gogh made this work. The balanced and impressive composition is composed of sequential short brush nozzles and a row of cypress, bell towers and central nebula, while applying a thick paint surface to the rotation movement. The convergence of visual contrasts was created by an artist who was attracted to beauty and interest in the night. It was, for him, "much more vivid and rich in color than the day".

The same color and formality are encountered in different works. The color of the colors, the depth of the stripes, the perspective and depth, the imagination world, leave the artist's footsteps.

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You can buy extra brush traces for your canvas order. The effects are done by professional painters. Part of the painting on the canvas made of paint. This work makes the canvas give you more vivid and more realistic. When looked closely, they will see paint residues and brush traces. The effect process is carried out with paintings appropriate to the painting. Often quality oil paints and acrylic paints are used.

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Vincent van Gogh Starry Night

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