Bridge at Arles (Pont de Langlois)

Vincent van Gogh
Article nr
KM002CAP

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This reproduction is made in cooperation with the Kröller-Müller Museum.
This reproduction on canvas of Bridge at Arles (Pont de Langlois) by Vincent van Gogh is made in close cooperation with the Kröller-Müller Museum, where the original painting is hanging in the Van Gogh Gallery.

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Over het origineel:
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Bridge at Arles (Pont de Langlois) 1888, Oil on Canvas, 53.4 x 64 cm, Collection Kröller-Müller Museum.

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Gallery wrap 4,5 cm: Watch this video to see how we make your reproduction. The canvas is stretched by hand on 4,5 centimetres thick wooden stretcher bars. The term "gallery wrap" refers to an image that appears on the sides of the stretcher bars as well as the front. This canvas hangs strong and bold on your wall and does not need a frame.

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About the original artwork
Bridge at Arles (Pont de Langlois)

In early 1888, after staying in Paris for almost two years, Vincent van Gogh has had enough of the city. He wants to return to the countryside. Artist friends tell him about the south of France, the land of the blue tints and cheerful colours, and he decides to make Provence his next destination. It proves to be a good choice: I've never had such good fortune; nature here is extraordinarily beautiful. Everything and everywhere.

The dome of the sky is a wonderful blue, the sun has a pale sulphur radiance, and its soft and charming, like the combination of celestial blues and yellows in paintings by Vermeer of Delft. Fairly soon after arriving in Arles, Van Gogh paints different versions of the drawbridge just south of the town: four paintings, two drawings, a watercolour and a sketch. This painting has a dynamic composition. The canal forms a diagonal that carries the total image. This leads the eye toward the bridge and the covered wagon that crosses it. In early 1888, after staying in Paris for almost two years, Vincent van Gogh has had enough of the city. He wants to return to the countryside. Artist friends tell him about the south of France, the land of the blue tints and cheerful colours, and he decides to make Provence his next destination. It proves to be a good choice: I've never had such good fortune; nature here is extraordinarily beautiful. Everything and everywhere.

The dome of the sky is a wonderful blue, the sun has a pale sulphur radiance, and its soft and charming, like the combination of celestial blues and yellows in paintings by Vermeer of Delft. Fairly soon after arriving in Arles, Van Gogh paints different versions of the drawbridge just south of the town: four paintings, two drawings, a watercolour and a sketch. This painting has a dynamic composition. The canal forms a diagonal that carries the total image. This leads the eye toward the bridge and the covered wagon that crosses it.

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Bridge at Arles (Pont de Langlois) 1888, Oil on canvas, 53.4x64cm, Collection Krӧller-Müller Museum.