Print developed from Vincent van Gogh’s Restaurant “La Sirène” at Asnières, 1887, from the exhibit Van Gogh and the Avant-Garde: The Modern Landscape at The Art Institute of Chicago.

The area’s visual vocabulary—its bridges, embankments, factories, parks, and villages—along with its sunlight, water, and brilliant natural color prompted intense experimentation. Each artist explored the use of discrete brushstrokes and strong colors in innovative ways, and in turn developed novel styles of painting. Van Gogh followed the developments of Seurat and Signac, absorbing many of these approaches into their later painting styles.

  • Print Reproduction
  • Image size:  8.5 x 11.5 in.
  • Poster size:  11 x 14 in.
  • Material: Premium Cardstock