On 2 July 1889 Van Gogh wrote to his brother, Theo, “I have a canvas of cypresses with some ears of wheat, some poppies, a blue sky like a piece of Scotch plaid; the former painted with a thick impasto like the Monticellis, and the wheat field in the sun, which represents the extreme heat, very thick too.” Wheat Field with Cypresses (June or July 1889) was probably completed en plein air, when Van Gogh was able to leave the precincts of the Saint-Rémy mental asylum. Two studio versions were to follow; one of approximately equal size, and a smaller canvas that was sent to his mother and sister as a gift.
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Vincent van Gogh : “Wheat Field with Cypresses” (1889)
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