Branches of Almond Blossom is an oil on canvas by Vincent Van Gogh painted in 1890 and preserved in Amsterdam at the Van Gogh Museum. The impressionist style painting with references to Japanese art dear to Van Gogh was made on the occasion of the birth of her brother's son, as a gift to the child bearing the artist's name. The gnarled branches of the almond stand out against a light blue background painted by the artist with broad and material strokes, whose flowering buds represent a wish for carefree and serene life for the nephew. In addition, the canvas print of Van Gogh can be embellished by adding a color chosen by the customer who covers the edge of the canvas; this colored border, which acts as a false frame, facilitates insertion even in modern environments with a contemporary design. Almond Blossom is available in high quality print on canvas; double matt poster paper 230 gr and print on mdf panel with a thickness of 2 cm. To make the artistic reproduction similar to the original work, just add the varnish paint brush effect specially designed by the technicians in Shopart. This varnish, non-toxic and transparent, does not alter the colors but adds a similar effect to the artworks painted in oil on canvas with raised brushstrokes visible to both eye and touch.
|Artist||Vincent Van Gogh|