Painted in 1889, Vincent Van-Gogh's last ever self-portrait has become one the most iconic representations of the Dutch impressionist artist. Now at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, its blue tones and immense flow and movement resemble his other famous artwork 'The Starry Night'; painted in the same year and commended for its timeless and universal beauty.
Here, renowned art forger John Myatt has interpreted this enduring painting in a masterful original oil painting which is made all the more unbelievable by the fact he completed it free hand. Framed in classical gold moulded from an original 18th design, this beautifully convincing homage to one of the greatest artists in history is worthy of any museum wall.
To read more about John Myatt's incredible artwork, you can visit our blog here.
Subjects: People, Portraits
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