Copies of Vincent van Gogh Archive

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Prisoners’ Round (aka ‘The Round of the Prisoners” or “Prisoners Exercising”) is one of the noted work by Vincent van Gogh. It was painted in 1890, during his stay in the Saint-Remy’s hospital. There he was confined in the building without much allowance to wander outside. He would paint the scenes from the windows of his room. His known painting, The Starry Night and some other notable works are executed in the same way. Other way for him was to rely on his memories. The only painting sold by the artist, The Red Vineyard is such prominent work he made from his memories of the vineyard he once visited. The third way to have subject for paintings was copying his favorite artists’ works. From 1887 to 1890, he admitted […]

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