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The slender cypress is a characteristic feature of the landscape in the southern French region of Provence. Van Gogh stayed there in 1889-1890, in a psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy (FR). He thought the cypresses were beautiful and compared their shape and proportions to those of an Egyptian obelisk.

 

He painted the trees with swirling brushstrokes in various shades of green and black, with an occasional touch of red for contrast. The colour of the trees was challenging – in a letter to his brother, Van Gogh called it 'that difficult shade of bottle green'.

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Cypresses and Two Women Poster
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Cypresses and Two Women Art Print
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Cypresses and Two Women Art Print
Rolled • 11x18 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Art Print
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Cypresses and Two Women Art Print
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
Rolled • 8x12 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
Rolled • 11x18 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
Wrapped • 8x12 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 8x12 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
Rolled • 15x24 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 11x18 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
Rolled • 19x30 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
Wrapped • 15x24 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 15x24 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Print
Wrapped • 19x30 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 19x30 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 8x12 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 11x18 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 15x24 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 19x30 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Poster
Rolled • Life Size 24X33 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Poster
Framed • Life Size 24X33 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Canvas Print
Rolled • 22x36 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 22x36 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Canvas Print
Rolled • 36x59 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 22x36 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Canvas Print
Rolled • 48x78 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 36x59 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 36x59 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 42x68 inches
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Cypresses and Two Women Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 48x78 inches

The slender cypress is a characteristic feature of the landscape in the southern French region of Provence. Van Gogh stayed there in 1889-1890, in a psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy (FR). He thought the cypresses were beautiful and compared their shape and proportions to those of an Egyptian obelisk.

 

He painted the trees with swirling brushstrokes in various shades of green and black, with an occasional touch of red for contrast. The colour of the trees was challenging – in a letter to his brother, Van Gogh called it 'that difficult shade of bottle green'.

Vincent van Gogh (1853-90) was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter whose work had a far-reaching influence on 20th-century art. In just over a decade, he produced more than 2,100 artworks but received little recognition during his lifetime.

 

Van Gogh was unsuccessful during his lifetime and was considered a madman and a failure. He became famous after his suicide, and exists in the public imagination as the quintessential misunderstood genius, the artist "where discourses on madness and creativity converge". His reputation began to grow in the early 20th century as elements of his painting style came to be incorporated by the Fauves and German Expressionists.

 

Van gogh attained widespread critical, commercial and popular success over the ensuing decades, and is remembered as an important but tragic painter, whose troubled personality typifies the romantic ideal of the tortured artist.

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