Vincent van Gogh

Two Cut Sunflowers, One Upside Down

Vincent van Gogh - Two Cut Sunflowers, One Upside Down


Catalogues raisonnés
F 375
JH 1329

Collection catalogues
Katharine Baetjer, European paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art by artists born before 1865, New York, 1995, p. 494 info
introduction by Gary Tinterow, Masterpieces of European Painting, 1800-1920, in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; New Haven, 2007, nr. 157
Stefan Koldehoff and Chris Stolwijk (eds.), The Thannhauser Gallery, Brussels; Amsterdam, 2017, nr. 66

Cornelia Homburg (ed.), Van Gogh, New Haven and London, 2012, fig. 35
Martin Bailey, The Sunflowers Are Mine, London, 2013, fig. 15


Paul Gauguin, Paris, 1887/88–96, acquired late 1887 or early 1888 from the artist by exchange
consigned to Vollard in 1895–96, sold on 10 April 1896, through Georges Chaudet to Vollard
with Ambroise Vollard, Paris, from 1896, sold on either 1 September 1897, 17 May 1899, or 12 July 1899, to Hoogendijk
Cornelis Hoogendijk, The Hague, 1897 or 1899–died 1911
on loan to Rijksmuseum voor Moderne Kunst, 1907–12
his estate sale, Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, 21 May 1912, nr. 31
Alphonse Kann, Paris, until 1917, sold on 19 December 1917, through Carl Montag to Bühler
E. Richard Bühler, Winterthur, Switzerland, 1917–47, half share sold on 1 October 1928 to Thannhauser, remaining half share transferred in 1947 to Thannhauser
with Justin K. Thannhauser, Lucerne, Paris, and New York, 1928–49, from 1947, half share with Galerie Rosengart, Lucerne, sold by Thannhauser, New York in 1949 to MMA

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 49.41

Other works by Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh Oleanders

Vincent van Gogh Still life with a bouquet of daisies
Still life with a bouquet of daisies

Vincent van Gogh A suburb of Paris
A suburb of Paris

Vincent van Gogh Fishing Boats at Sea
Fishing Boats at Sea

Vincent van Gogh
Two Cut Sunflowers, One Upside Down
43 x 61 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated lower left: Vincent 87
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Rogers Fund, 1949