Coffee pot in staccato lines texture that Vincent van Gogh developed in Paris, Arles, St. Remy and Auvers sur Oise. In Paris 1886 “Vincent reached the avantgarde of modern art. His palette lightened up. His stroke approached the small-scale, fleeting brush stroke of the Impressionists ... Vincent has come to art, because ‘art’ ... at a certain low point of his life, offered the only remaining possibility for human participation ... He connected to art as on a medical ventilator. The excluded autodidact drew as if he was spelling and searched for reality on a self-paced march of titanic effort ... ”(from: Paul Nizon, van Gogh in his letters, 1977)
5,9 × 5,9 inch / Oil on board / 15 × 15 cm / Öl auf Holz
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