“And we wouldn’t be able to study Japanese art, it seems to me, without becoming much happier and more cheerful, and it makes us return to nature, despite our education and our work in a world of convention.”Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890)
This year marks the 130-year anniversary since renowned artist Vincent Van Gogh created some of his most famous works.
In celebration of his paintings, BN Walls have released an exclusive range of wallpaper murals to allow people to experience the classic paintings in their home on a grander scale. Van Gogh’s lighter, brighter and looser painting style that led him to become famous for its bright colour contrasts and expressionist style of painting.
For this second Van Gogh Museum Collection, the curation of specially created styles is a tribute to the post-Impressionist painter’s love for Japanese art. The key works selected include Flowering Plum Orchard (after Hiroshige), Sprig of Flowering Almond in a Glass and Vase with Chinese Asters and Gladioli. These colourful pieces, packed with wonderful details and painted with great passion, form the basis of the collection. In colourways punctuated with fiery reds, emerald greens and cheery yellows, the designs are ideal for creating an impactful and artistic themes at home.
Japanese art was one of Van Gogh’s main sources of inspiration which taught him a new way of looking at the world. “And we wouldn’t be able to study Japanese art, it seems to me, without becoming much happier and more cheerful, and it makes us return to nature, despite our education and our work in a world of convention,” the painter said once said to his brother Theo.
This Van Gogh collection by BN Walls is available locally at Goodrich Global. The dimensions of per roll is 53cm width x 10.05metres length with backing in Vinyl Non-Woven.
Fans of impressionist art can also peruse the collection’s earlier release inspired from artworks; “The Pink Peach Tree”, “Sunflowers”, “Almond Blossom”, “Daubigny’s Garden”, “Irises”, “Wheatfield with a Reaper” and “Piles of French Novels”.