Vincent Van Gogh (1853 - 1890) created this painting, "Irises", in 1890, shortly before checking himself out of the asylum at Saint-Remy. This is one of four floral still lifes Van Gogh painted during his year-long stay. It is likely that the background of this painting was originally pink, but, due to the fugitive nature of the paints used, it has faded to a pale gray-white. This painting remained with the painter's mother until her death in 1907.
This print is exactingly created in our studio using the finest hot press art paper, then mounted on Baltic birch, and protected with a silky, permanent finish that is as durable as it is beautiful. The sides are 1.5" deep, and finished with hand-applied gleaming gold/bronze texture. Available in two sizes: 9" x 12" and 18" x 24".