Vincent van Gogh 'Roses and Anemones, 1890' Canvas Art Print
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Subtle, yet has a huge impact in my small dining area. Soft but strong painting. His colors, the way he saw things, and how he put himself into his works, Van Gogh is my favorite artist.This is one of his lesser known paintings, so it hasn't been on everyone's coffee mugs and tee shirts.Was this review helpful? 4 out of 4 found this review helpful
Roses and Anemones
I received it quickly. It goes very well with my antique looking belongings. But yet, nice and very fresh beautiful colors. I love this peace. Thanks HSN!
I can't wait to hang it up in my new home. I love it.
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