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Van Gogh Exhibition- Musée D'Arte Sao-Paolo

Step into a realm of brilliance with this original 1954 Van Gogh exhibition poster, an invitation to the Musée D'Art De Sao-Paulo's. From October 10, 1953, to January 1954, the museum hosted a celebration of iconic artistry, ranging from Van Gogh to Picasso.

The central graphic is a mesmerizing portrayal of Van Gogh's iconic piece, 'Camille Roulin, the Schoolboy' (1888). A distinguished part of the renowned Roulin Family series, a unique collection of portraits capturing the essence of Joseph Roulin's family, an admired friend of Van Gogh.

The central graphic features Camille's head and shoulders, bathed in yellow brush strokes that evoke the warmth of the sun. In 'The Schoolboy with Uniform Cap,' Camille gazes into the distance, his arm draped over the back of a chair, mouth slightly agape, perhaps lost in contemplation. The background colors add another layer of brilliance, transitioning seamlessly from a deep, waxing red to an evocative tangerine. How fantastic!

This truly striking slice of art history will frame expertly.

Condition: Very Good. Poster has never been folded. Age appropriate toning, fading and wear. Paper lifting in each corner has been professionally restored via archival process. Conservation mounted on linen. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition.

Year: c.1953 - 71 years old

Size: 19.5" x 29.25" (50cm x 74cm)


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