Broad, Fine, Medium
Visconti Van Gogh “Old vineyard with peasant woman” 2020
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
After leaving the psychiatric hospital of Saint Rèmy in May 1890, Van Gogh spent the last months of his life in Auvers sur Oise, a quiet town just north of Paris. During the Auvers period the painter was very productive and he often went out to work in the open air to paint countryside landscapes and scenes of rural life.
Van Gogh began painting the vineyard with a pencil drawing. He then added oil paints and watercolors in various shades of blue. He painted some roofs red, although over time they turned brown. The artist chose not to color large areas of the paper, so white plays an important role in the scene.
The painting is part of the collection of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
The collection is presented in a white box with the reproduction of the painting and a bookmark. The fountain pen with cartridge filling and converter is equipped with a personalized nib and a dedicated ink bottle. Also available in a roller version with a magnetic closure cap and a rotating ballpoint pen. The combination of white, gray and blue evokes winter and holiday motifs.
Available from the end of October 2020
€ 220.00 – € 260.00