Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear van Gogh Oil Painting Reproduction
This self-portrait of Vincent Van Gogh was painted soon after he arrived back from the hospital after mutilating his own ear. The prominent bandage depicts the important context of the event that just took place.
Van Gogh’s appears to be sitting still in his studio with melancholy on his face, wearing his overcoat and a warm hat. A blank canvas placed at the back suggests that there is more work to be done by the artist, which indeed there was. The Japanese painting on his right side depicts Van Gogh’s area of interest as an artist. It was a fascinating place of escape for Van Gogh’s imagination.
This highly detailed replica of the Self-Portrait f Vincent Van Gogh is available for sale at Gallery La Fayette. Made from the finest, high-quality materials to bring out the existing decor of your home. The vertical brushstrokes are clearly visible in the painting, while the colors clash suggesting turmoil in his expressions. This oil-painting is currently on display at the Van Gogh Museum but it can be a part of your home. Gallery La Fayette offers this grand handpainted replica with the impasto technique. Vincent Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear is one of our masterpieces!
Gallery La Fayette has a variety of famous Van Gogh replica artworks for sale. A popular painting from our shop is the reproduction of The Rocks oil painting