Vincent van Gogh: Roses, Decorative Plate

About the Artist

Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) is one of the most popular and universally recognized artists of all time. Remarkably prolific, he produced approximately 900 paintings and 1,100 drawings during a career that spanned a mere decade. Deeply inspired by the sun-drenched landscape of southern France, Van Gogh developed his signature style, which is marked by lush impasto, energetic brushwork, and vibrant color.

Vincent van Gogh: Roses, Decorative Plate

# 753886

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Featuring Vincent van Gogh’s Roses (1890) from the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art, this decorative ceramic plate can be displayed in a glass cabinet, placed on a stand, or hung on the wall.


This painting, which is among Van Gogh’s largest and most beautiful still lifes, features an exuberant bouquet in the glory of full bloom. The undulating ribbons of paint, applied in diagonal strokes, animate the canvas and play off the furled forms of flowers and leaves. The roses were originally pink—their color has faded—and would have created contrasted the green. Such combinations fascinated Van Gogh

  • Ceramic
  • 7.5 inches
  • Gift box
  • For decorative use only
  • Does not include hardware or display stand
  • Made in China

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