Van Gogh Facsimile Landscape with Houses
Van Gogh painted Landscape with Houses in May 1890. He thought the French landscape around Auvers-sur-Oise was beautiful. The old thatched farmhouses that were still found there made the countryside very picturesque. Van Gogh used undulating contours in pencil to suggest their characteristic roofs, light blue watercolour to fill in the sky and sweeping brushstrokes of thinned oil paint for the rest of the scene.
This impressive facsimile is a high-quality replica developed by the Van Gogh Museum and is almost indistinguishable from the original. To ensure the highest quality possible, each facsimile is carefully examined and comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by our curator of drawings, Fleur Roos Rosa de Carvalho.
The wooden frame and the passe-partout have been created by the museum's frame maker and are identical to that of the original drawing on view at the Van Gogh Museum. The facsimile is framed behind 3 mm UV-resistant Optium Museum Acrylic with an anti-static and anti-reflective finish.
The frame, the paper quality and the special giclée inks have all been selected with great attention to detail to create this exquisite Museum Edition. With a colour fastness of more than 140 years, you will surely enjoy the brightness and energy of Vincent van Gogh’s masterpiece for many years to come!
Van Gogh Museum Edition, true to original size. Image: 44.0 cm x 54.4 cm, with frame: 69.2 x 84.2 x 2.4 cm.
- Van Gogh, Vincent
- Original painting:
- Pencil, brush and oil paint and watercolour, on paper, 44.0 cm x 54.4 cm
- Credit line:
- Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Stichting)
- Article number:
- Object number:
- Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam®
- 84.2 cm
- 69.2 cm
- 2.4 cm
- Acid-free 310 gsm paper - Mahogany wooden frame - Tru Vue Optium Museum Acrylic 3.0 mm
- Certificate of Authenticity included.
- Framed with a passe-partout identical to the original.
- OLB-certified wooden frame, handmade by our museum's frame maker.
- Giclée print with a colour fastness of at least 140 years, guaranteed by the Wilhelm Imaging Research Institute.
- Worldwide - Fast & insured - Carefully packaged