About Van Gogh Mini Notebook – TeNeues – Irises (1889)
This beautiful and colorful teNeues hardcover Van Gogh Mini Notebook includes 120 pages with 5mm dot-grid printed pages to take notes on the go. Furthermore, this Van Gogh mini notebook uses museum-quality printing to reproduce the iconic work Irises made by the influential post-impressionist Dutch artist, Vincent Van Gogh in 1889. Found at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Vincent Van Gogh produced his iconic work Irises while interned at an asylum in Saint-Rèmy, France after a self-mutilation episode. While interned at the Asylum in Saint-Rèmy Van Gogh produced over 130 paintings, making it the most prolific period during his artistic career. The Irises represented in the work were inspired by those found in the garden at the asylum, and the work’s color vibrancy, unmodulated areas of color, and overflowing border attribute their influence to Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, such as those produced by the artist Katsushika Hokusai. An extremely influential artist, Vincent van Gogh’s influence is evidenced throughout the history of art, impacting artists from artistic movements such as Abstract Expressionism, and Neo-Expressionism, among others. Van Gogh’s important artistic influence is indebted to his use of expressive, divisionist brushwork and vibrant colors in his palette. Even though Van Gogh sold only one painting during his lifetime to his brother Theo, today Van Gogh’s works are among the best selling artworks in the art market. Van Gogh is known for producing one of the world’s most immediately recognizable works “Starry Night” (1889) found at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. More details on Van Gogh Mini Notebook – TeNeues – Irises (1889):
- Dimensions: 3 1/2 x 5 x 1/2″ in.
- Weight: 0.5 lb
- Material: Hardcover | 120 Pages
- Additional features: 5mm dot-grid paper, spot black foil accents.
- Original Artwork: Vincent Van Gogh, Irises. 1889. Oil on Canvas. The J. Paul Getty Museum.