Vincent van Gogh - Cypresses

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
F 613
JH 1746

Collection catalogues
Katharine Baetjer, European paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art by artists born before 1865, New York, 1995, pp. 496-497 info
introduction by Gary Tinterow, Masterpieces of European Painting, 1800-1920, in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; New Haven, 2007, nr. 158

Literature
Ingo F. Walther, Rainer Metzger, Vincent van Gogh, Köln, 1993, p. 516
Richard Kendall, Sjraar van Heugten, Chris Stolwijk, Van Gogh and nature, Williamstown, Massachusetts :New Haven, Connecticut, 2015, fig. 160
Stefan Koldehoff and Chris Stolwijk (eds.), The Thannhauser Gallery, Brussels; Amsterdam, 2017, nr. 27
Martin Bailey, Starry Night, London, 2018, fig. 72



Provenance

the artist's brother, Theo van Gogh, Paris, 1889–died 1891, sent to him by the artist on 28 September 1889
his widow, Johanna van Gogh-Bonger, Amsterdam, in trust for their son, Vincent Willem van Gogh, 1891–95, sold with six other paintings to Moline
with Lucien Moline, Paris, from 1895
Julien Leclercq, Paris, 1901, purchased in February, died 1901
Maurice Fabre, Paris and Gasparets, by 1904–8
sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 16 May 1908, nr. 25
Fritz Meyer-Fierz, Zürich, bought in Paris, May 1908–1923/24
with Galerien Thannhauser (Justin K. Thannhauser), Berlin, 1923/24–probably 1931, sold, apparently on or soon after 24 December 1931, to Schocken
Salman Schocken, Berlin, later New York, probably 1931–1949, sold or consigned for sale by 1949 to Thannhauser
with Justin K. Thannhauser, New York, 1949, sold to MMA

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 49.30

Other works by Vincent van Gogh


Vincent van Gogh Drawbridge with Carriage
Drawbridge with Carriage
1888

Vincent van Gogh Still life with pottery, jar and bottle
Still life with pottery, jar and bottle
1884

Vincent van Gogh after Millet The First Steps
The First Steps
1890

Vincent van Gogh Fritillarias
Fritillarias
1886

Vincent van Gogh
Cypresses
1889
93.4 x 74 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Rogers Fund, 1949