'-"Wheatfield with Crows." Black crows rising against a stormy sky painted in 1890. The Van Gogh Museum believes the artist meant to show that even in gloom nature's grandeur and magnificence endures.
- 22kt gold over genuine brass
-Hand-painted French enamel
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-Meticulously handcrafted in the USA
-Small is 2½-inch in diameter
-Medium is 2 5/8-inch in diameter
-Package includes: Bracelet - Image of complete painting with provenance - Artist self portrait with bio - Certificate of Authenticity from Van Gogh Museum.
Vincent van Gogh (1853 - 1890)
Wheatfield with Crows is one of Van Gogh's most famous paintings. It is often claimed that this was his very last work. The menacing sky, the crows and the dead-end path are said to refer to the end of his life approaching. But that is just a persistent myth. In fact, he made several other works after this one. Van Gogh did want his wheatfields under stormy skies to express 'sadness, extreme loneliness', but at the same time he wanted to show what he considered 'healthy and fortifying about the countryside'. Van Gogh used powerful colour combinations in this painting: the blue sky contrasts with the yellow-orange wheat, while the red of the path is intensified by the green bands of grass.