The Irises, by Vincent Van Gogh (Dutch 1853 - 1890). In May 1889, Van Gogh committed himself voluntarily to the care of an asylum in Saint-Remy. While there, Van Gogh used the architecture and environments to create almost 130 paintings. There are no known sketches for The Irises, and Van Gogh himself considered this painting he created during his first week in Saint-Remy a study. His brother Theo submitted it to the Salon des Indépendants in September 1889.
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".