Van Gogh Canvas S The Pink Peach Tree

Van Gogh Canvas S The Pink Peach Tree

Van Gogh Canvas S The Pink Peach Tree

€ 53.72 ($65.66)
  • Your purchase supports the work of the Van Gogh Museum
  • Official webstore Van Gogh Museum
  • Worldwide delivery
  • Secure payment
In shopping cart


When Van Gogh arrived in Arles (FR) in February 1888, winter still held the village in its grip. After a few weeks, spring came. Full of enthusiasm, he began a series of studies of trees in blossom. When he saw the paintings side by side, he had the idea of combining them into triptychs. In a triptych, three works are combined into one harmonious whole. Van Gogh was familiar with this idea from Japanese prints.

Van Gogh went on to produce no fewer than fourteen paintings of fruit trees in blossom in the space of a month. He hoped his orchard paintings would sell. To his brother Theo he wrote, 'You know these subjects are among the ones that cheer everyone up.'

Amsterdam Made Predicaat Logo-zwart


On the finest quality linen

Article number:
Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam®
37 cm
29 cm
2 cm
Innova Photo Mat Canvas – 380g/m2