In a strange fashion for Van Gogh, who painted only what he saw, the landscape of the “Starry Night” is not derived from any real place. The painting could be divided in three parts: The upper section of the sky, dreamlike and remote as the reign of God, the central section, with the cypress representing nature, and the lower section of the village - where only the pinnacle of the church touches the celestial upper section.
A6 size (148mm x 105mm)
Hand finished with rounded corners
Produced in our London studio
300 gsm quality pearlescent paper with shimmering effect