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BANK OF THE OISE AT AUVERS
Vincent Willem van Gogh(Dutch, 1853-1890)
“I love the style in which van Gogh painted this piece. The first time I saw this painting, it was the pops of color among the blues and greens that caught my attention. His fast and bold brushstrokes make this painting stand out more than others that depict the same type of location. You can see every detail and every brushstroke put into this piece.”
Alisha Merrow, Marketing & PR Assistant
- Oil on canvas
- Framed: 37 x 44 1/4 x 3 1/2 in. (94 x112.4 x8.9 cm.) Unframed: 28 7/8 x 36 7/8 in. (73.3 x 93.7 cm.)
- European Painting
- Bequest of Robert H. Tannahill
- Accession No.
- Amsterdam, Collection Mrs. Johanna van Gogh-Bonger (up until 1905); Berlin, Paul Cassirer Gallery (dealer) (acquired from J. van Gogh-Bonger in 1905); Vienna, Collection Carl Reininghaus; Berlin, Paul Cassirer Gallery (dealer--exh. May-June 1914, cat. 143); Berlin, Collection Mrs. F. O. Oppenheim (1914); Berlin, Thannhauser Art Gallery (dealer-1927-1928); New York, Knoedler & Co. (dealer-1931-1935); Grosse Pointe Farms, Collection Robert H. Tannahill (purchased from Knoedler) by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1970.
- canvas, oil, paint, marine
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