Girl in White

Vincent Van Gogh, 1890
Girl in White, Vincent Van Gogh
Girl in White, zoomed in
66.7 cmGirl in White scale comparison45.8 cm

Girl in White is a Post-Impressionist Oil on Canvas Painting created by Vincent Van Gogh in 1890. It lives at the National Gallery of Art, Washington in the United States. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Girls and Hats & Headwear. DownloadSee Girl in White in the Kaleidoscope

Van Gogh made over 70 paintings in his last months of life. It was at this time, living in Auvers on the outskirts of Paris, that Van Gogh wrote to his estranged friend Gauguin, describing his current project: “I am trying to do some studies of wheat . . . nothing but ears of wheat with green-blue stalks, long leaves like ribbons of green shot with pink, ears that are just turning yellow, edged with the pale pink of the dusty bloom—a pink bindweed at the bottom twisted round a stem. Over that, against a vivid yet tranquil background, I should like to paint some portraits.” Van Gogh did paint portraits, including two quite meditations of a young woman: “a peasant woman, big yellow hat with a knot of sky-blue ribbons . . . “

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