Still Life with the Bible is an oil on canvas painted in 1885 by the artist Vincent Van Gogh and preserved in Amsterdam at the Van Gogh Museum. The work was painted after the death of his father, a Protestant pastor who practiced in the birthplace of Vincent, and is a clear tribute to the conflictual relationship between father and son. In the painting, the first object captured by the viewer's observation is the Bible with open leather binding on Isaiah chapter 53. Next to the Bible, an unlit candle represents the lability of life and the presence of death, but above all Vincent's distrust of that religion in which the artist had believed years before and with whom he had a conflictual relationship. In the foreground we find an element of rupture, that is a book very dear to Van Gogh, the scandalous novel La Gioia di Vivere by Emile Zola. Still Life with the Bible by Vincent Van Gogh is a dark-colored painting in which the painter's descriptive and material brushwork prevails. The print on canvas of the Van Gogh Still Life with the Bible is in high definition. In addition, the giclée print on canvas 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. 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|
|Title||Still life with Bible|