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Image / Editorial

Happy Birthday, Vincent van Gogh!


by Michelle Hanley
30th Mar 2015
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'Self-Portrait', 1889

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To celebrate the 162nd birthday of one of the most commonly reproduced artists of all time, Vincent van Gogh, take a moment to check out the hidden gems of his back catalogue?

Think you know van Gogh? Chances are you think you’ve moved on from an artist who is often seen as a clich’d college-student favourite. For many of us the sparkle has faded on ?Starry Night? and it would be nice to have a reproduction that isn’t decorating every dorm and doctor’s waiting room from here to Timbuktu. Well, prepare to have your eyes opened. We’ve rounded up a collection of prints that would fit well in any modern abode. From a macabre smoking skeleton to a portrait depicting what looks like an extra from The Grand Budapest Hotel, it is safe to say there are plenty more options out there than ?Sunflowers?. Click through the gallery above for some eye-opening van Goghs…

1 ‘Tubes de Couleurs‘ / 2 The Zouave Bust / 3 ‘Head of a Skeleton with a Burning Cigarette‘ / 4 ‘Melting Snow‘ / 5 ‘Portrait of Etienne-Lucien Martin‘ / 6 ‘Still Life

Now check out these top tips for a bespoke home.

Michelle Hanley for @Image_Interiors / @hanleymi

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