Les Irises Van Gogh Framed Poster 91.5cm x 61cm (36" x 24")

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Van Gogh began painting Irises within a week of entering the Saint Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France, taking his inspiration from the hospital garden. Describing painting as 'The lightning conductor for my illness', Van Gogh believed that it kept him from becoming mad. The Irises possess feelings of serenity and joy which are usually replaced by tension in many of his other works. Complete with a 61cm x 91.5cm gloss black plastic frame, fronted with transparent Perspex and ready to hang in your home.

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