Experience the tension of a historic art feud with the "A Friendship Lost- van Gogh and Gauguin" fine print. (click images for full views) Frames are for design ideas only and not included
A Friendship Lost - van Gogh and Gauguin - Fine Art Print
The vacant chairs Vincent made portraits of both Gauguin's and van Gogh's chairs, which inform us about the two artists who spent nine weeks together in Arles' Yellow House because Van Gogh believed that the chairs represented the individuals who would sit in them.
The chairs would have been in the front sitting room, where Gauguin and Van Gogh would congregate in the evenings after working all day at their easels. There, they would talk and quarrel frequently.
After just nine weeks of acquaintance, Gauguin broke off contact with van Gogh. The paintings were afterwards hung back to back in many museums. This painting illustrates that. A Lost Friendship. Titled Together Forever Commissions welcome for van Gogh & Gauguin
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