Starry Night over St. Remy - Vincent Van Gogh


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Starry Night over St Remy - Vincent van Gogh

Starry Night over St. Remy - Vincent Van Gogh


16 x 20 inches


20 x 24 inches


26 x 34 inches


29 x 36 inches - Original size


36 x 48 inches


44 x 58 inches


52 x 70 inches


60 x 80 inches


68 x 92 inches


"Received Starry Night over St. Remy Thursday and I am truly impressed with the quality of your work.  Every detail is

 absolutely perfect.  You brought tears to my girlfriends eyes and it was a beautiful moment that I shall never forget.  I

 thank you for your superb customer support and the marvelous masterpiece.  I will definitely not hesitate to do

 business with you again."   Matthieu L. ~ Montreal, Canada

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Starry Night over St. Remy is one of the most recognized pieces of art in the world.    Vincent van

 Gogh painted Starry Night in 1889 during his stay at the asylum of Saint-Paul-de-Mausole near Saint-

Remy-de-Provence.   He was living in an asylum recovering from what was diagnosed as epileptic fits

 and even had access to a studio.   The scene was painted from his view at the asylum.  One of the 'stars'

 he painted was actually Venus.   After having initially held it back, Van Gogh sent the painting to Theo

 in Paris on 28 September 1889, along with nine or ten other paintings.   Theo died less than six months

 after Vincent, in January 1891.   Theo's widow, Jo, then became the caretaker of Van Gogh's legacy.   She

 sold the painting to poet Julien Leclercq in Paris in 1900, who turned around and sold it to Emile

 Schuffenecker, Gauguin's old friend, in 1901. Jo then bought the painting back from Schuffenecker

 before selling it to the Oldenzeel Gallery in Rotterdam in 1906.   From 1906 to 1938 it was owned by

 Georgette P. van Stolk, of Rotterdam, who sold it to Paul Rosenberg, of Paris and New York.   It was

 through Rosenberg that the Museum of Modern Art acquired the painting in 1941.  Although it has not

 come up for auction in the last 70 years, appraisers value it between $325-$350 million.


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