His Sunflowers From Arles

This collection of "His Sunflowers From Arles" is inspired by the painting of Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh in Arles, south of France in January 1889.

The yellows we picked up from work of art presents the different states of sunflowers, as well as the fiercely sunlight in Arles, and the green of branches is also taken to produce the overall tones of work. 🌱💛

"There was sulphur-yellow on everything the sunlight hit. His canvases were masses of bright burning yellow. He knew that yellow had not been used in European baiting since the Renaissance, but that did not deter him. His pictures were sun steeped, sun burnt, tanned with the burning sun and swept with air." - Lust for Life by Irving Stone (1984)

"In the hope of living in a studio of our own with Gauguin, I'd like to do a decoration for the studio. Nothing but large sunflowers". - Vincent Van Gogh