Shoes by Van Gogh
Oil reproduction on canvas of Vincent Van Gogh’s post-impressionist work “Shoes”. The painting was painted in 1886 and there is now a philosophical debate about what Van Gogh wanted to express with this work. Some old shoes, some think they belonged to a peasant woman and what her work meant, and others think they belonged to the author himself, that is, a portrait of him and his way of life. In our opinion, old shoes have a lot to say, regardless of who they belong to.
Van Gogh painted this theme several times.
It is a still life with earth tones and ochres of simple composition, the work likes.
It is in the “Van Gogh Museum” in Amsterdam.
The original measures 38.1 cm x 45.3 cm.
In Copiamuseo you will find this work in various sizes. If you don’t have the one you need, you have a form to ask us for the measurements you want, clicking here.