Tilt-Shift photography - Vincent Van Gogh

"The starry sky painted by night, actually under a gas jet. The sky is aquamarine, the water is royal blue, the ground is mauve.The town is blue and purple. The gas is yellow and the reflections are russet gold descending down to green-bronze. On the aquamarine field of the sky the Great Bear is a sparkling green and pink, whose discreet paleness contrasts with the brutal gold of the gas. Two colourful figurines of lovers in the foreground"- Vincent van Gogh, describing this painting in a letter to his brother Theo.

Starry Night Over the Rhone, 1888 
The Harvest, 1888 
Sunset: Wheat Fields Near Arles, 1888 
Landscape at Auvers after the Rain, 1890 
Pont de Langlois, 1888
Wheat Field with Rising Sun, 1889
The Painter on His Way to Work, 1888
This painting is believed to have been destroyed by fire in Germany in 1945. There are differing reports of what happened; the fire may have been due to Allied forces bombing, or it may have been deliberately set as part of a Nazi "scorched earth" policy.

The Red Vineyard, 1888
Van Gogh sometimes traded his paintings for things like rent or for other artists' paintings, but The Red Vineyard is said to be his only true sale. It sold for 400 francs to Anna Boch, a Belgian painter and art collector. 
View of Saintes-Maries, 1888
Red Chestnuts in the Public Park at Arles, 1889
Mountains at Saint-Remy, 1889
Prisoners Exercising, 1890
This scene, painted during Van Gogh's stay at the asylum in Saint-Rémy, is based on a print by
Gustave Doré of an exercise yard at Newgate Prison. The figure in the foreground is a self-portrait.

Snow-Covered Field with a Harrow, 1890
Field with Poppies, 1889
Arles: View from the Wheat Fields, 1888
The Starry Night, 1889

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