Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), was a Dutch painter, considered one of the greatest painters. Van Gogh is associated with the post-Impressionist current in modern art. His works are divided into two styles in relation to two periods in his life. During his time living in the Netherlands, his paintings look gloomy, full of movement, short, round brushstrokes, and the use of a dark color scale. During the time he lived in the south of France, his paintings were rich in light, the use of bright colors, the brush strokes became more straightforward, and the addition of prominent black outlines. Van Gogh painted most of his works during the ten years leading up to his death. It is not known to this day if he committed suicide or was shot. Tragically, Van Gogh did not gain recognition in his life, but only about 11 years after his death, his paintings were first shown in an exhibition in Paris.
Alexander Cherkov Sculpture Relief Portrait Of Painter Vincent Van Gogh | 6:50
The "25" series of reliefs of the influential artists - available for purchase - limited edition
The project to create 25 reliefs of the artists in the various fields of art, was born out of Alexander Cherkov's desire to thank people who contributed to human culture and influenced his personal perception of art in particular and life in general. The "25" influential artists' series was created in 2019, the year Alexander and his family celebrated 25 years of living in the Land of Israel, and it symbolizes the years in which Alexander developed as a creative artist and art teacher for hundreds of students who studied with him and were an integral part of his personal development. .
Each relief is signed with a copy of the original
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