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Vincent Van Gogh’s beautiful painting entitled: Still Life, Vase with Daisies and Poppies is going to go under the hammer at Sotheby’s New York on November 4th and is estimated to fetch anywhere between $30 – $50 Million dollars. Painted at the house of his friend Dr. Gachet not long before he killed himself, its thought to be “the most important still life by Van Gogh to appear at auction in more than two decades.” (Sotheby’s)
If the name Dr Gachet sounds familiar that’s probably because Van Gogh’s Portrait of Dr Gachet still holds the record for the most expensive Van Gogh painting to be sold at auction. It was bought for $82.5 Million at Christie’s New York in 1990.
This beautiful floral still life sold in New York for $61.8m (£38.7m) at Sotheby’s New York on November 4th 2014.
If you would like a quote for a Van Gogh reproduction oil painting such as Still Life, Vase with Daisies and Poppies, please contact us. As with all our commissions, our Van Gogh paintings are strictly commissioned-to-order, meaning you can choose to have your oil replica painted to the precise dimensions that you require. All paintings are exquisitely hand-painted with premium Winsor & Newton oils onto high-grade duck cotton canvases.
Alternatively, why not visit the Van Gogh online gallery?! You’ll be able to commission a fine art reproduction of any of Van Gogh’s great masterpieces straight off the website. Instead of paying £30 Million pounds for Still Life, Vase with Daisies and Poppies you can commission one of our artists to hand-paint you a fine art replica of the oil painting for just £220 + VAT.
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