Van Gogh: Irises (1889)


Irises, by Vincent van Gogh, May 1889, Oil on canvas, 71 cm × 93 cm (28 in × 36+5⁄8 in), J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, Image Source: wikimedia

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17 Comments Add yours

  1. Nature in all of its glory and vibrancy. Enjoyed the video clip 🙂

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    1. Yes, indeed! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Rosaliene. ❤️

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  2. Vincent had quite a gift. Remarkable.

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    1. I never tire of looking at his details in paintings. Thanks for visiting. 🙂

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  3. Jim W. says:

    perfect ❤️

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  4. kingkang911 says:

    The education value of your post is very much appreciated. Thank you.

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    1. My pleasure, Lynn! This blog is where I store the things that make me happy, and sharing with others is always a joy. 🙂

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  5. “He’s gotten down low, so that the flowers almost stand,” says the narrator in the video. Getting down low is something I understand very well as a native plant photographer. You go where your earth-bound subjects are.

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    1. You are a master of unique perspective, Steve. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. 🙂

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  6. dawnmacroart says:

    I found this very informative and love your use of video in your posts. I do love Van Gogh. Thanks for sharing

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    1. My pleasure! I love him, too. 🙂

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  7. Priti says:

    Excellent thanks for sharing with video 😊👌

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      1. Priti says:

        It’s pleasure of mine stay blessed ❣️💕

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      2. Priti says:

        🙂🙂💕

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