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The Dance Hall in Arles Canvas Print

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Vincent Van Gogh was astoundingly prolific, producing all of his works during a short 10-year period. Although he only sold one painting in his lifetime, he inspired numerous future artistic movements.

In 1888, van Gogh worked, travelled and collaborated with friend and fellow artist Paul Gauguin. The two great works created during these few days of renewed collaboration are The Arlésiennes by Gauguin, and this one, The Dance Hall in Arles by Van Gogh.

This painting seems to show an evening at the Folies-Arlésiennes, a dance hall on Boulevard des Lices. Gauguin's influence is clear as Van Gogh scrupulously applies the principles of synthesism and cloisonnism developed by his friend at Pont-Aven. The reference to Japanese art is also evident, with the unusual elevation of the horizon, and in the strange, decorative foreground where the curves and counter curves of the hair are dominant.

The multitude of characters, the variety of their style of clothes and the way they overlap, skillfully portray a feeling of crowdedness and saturation. The portrait of Madame Roulin on the right, who alone turns to look at the spectator, seems to express a claustrophobic terror.

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Vincent Van Gogh was astoundingly prolific, producing all of his works during a short 10-year period. Although he only sold one painting in his lifetime, he inspired numerous future artistic movements.

In 1888, van Gogh worked, travelled and collaborated with friend and fellow artist Paul Gauguin. The two great works created during these few days of renewed collaboration are The Arlésiennes by Gauguin, and this one, The Dance Hall in Arles by Van Gogh.

This painting seems to show an evening at the Folies-Arlésiennes, a dance hall on Boulevard des Lices. Gauguin's influence is clear as Van Gogh scrupulously applies the principles of synthesism and cloisonnism developed by his friend at Pont-Aven. The reference to Japanese art is also evident, with the unusual elevation of the horizon, and in the strange, decorative foreground where the curves and counter curves of the hair are dominant.

The multitude of characters, the variety of their style of clothes and the way they overlap, skillfully portray a feeling of crowdedness and saturation. The portrait of Madame Roulin on the right, who alone turns to look at the spectator, seems to express a claustrophobic terror.Why choose us?

Why choose us?

  • • Archival grade canvas
  • • Giclee printing method - used by artists and galleries
  • • Protective finish - the colours are guaranteed not to fade over 75 years
  • • Hand-stretched and inspected to ensure the highest standards and attention to detail
  • • The print is framed and ready to hang out of the box
  • • Everything included, even the nail

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We love printing photos on canvas. But even before we print, our design team works with each of our customers personally till the picture's perfect. Once you are satisfied with the digital proof, the photos are then printed on archival grade canvas using the giclee printing method that's used by artists and galleries. Each print is given a protective finish to ensure that the colours don't fade over decades. The canvas prints are then hand-stretched, framed and inspected to ensure the highest standards and attention to detail.

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Standard Delivery Delivered in 7-8 business days
Material Archival Grade Canvas
Size 25"×20"
Frame 1" deep wooden stretcher bars (picture continues to wrap around the edges)

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- Review by Xavier
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The canvas frame is little loose. hope it doesn't send me a lose one again in next order. (Posted on 4/26/2017)
- Review by Nikita
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Van Gogh masterpiece in my home!! Engrave deserves a salute. (Posted on 4/26/2017)

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