Olive Orchard
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Olive Orchard, Van Gogh

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"Olive Orchard" was painted by Vincent van Gogh in 1889, during his stay at the Saint-Rémy-de-Provence sanatorium, where the genius spent the last days of his life.

In one of his letters to Theo he refers to the trees in this painting with these words: "their violet shadows lying on the sunny sand".

It is actually located in Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City.
CroxGallery TCVG0029
Author: Vincent van Gogh
Style: Post-Impressionism
Original title: Olivenhain
Type: Painting
Medium: Oil on canvas
Year: 1889 (Junio)
Located: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Misuri, USA