Piece inspired by the work "Vase with twelve sunflowers" by Vincent van Gogh Arles collection.
By 1888, Van Gogh was fed up with feeling "totally numb" in Paris. For this reason, he went to the south of France and settled in the idyllic commune of Arles. There he found more artistic inspiration, which led him to resume his favorite Sunflower themes. This new “taste” resulted in his Arles Sunflowers series, a collection of five pieces with studies of these flowers in vases. He painted the flowers in various shades of yellow, "demonstrating that it was possible to create an image with numerous single-color variants without losing eloquence."
29x29 cm mobile, made of aluminum and iron.
You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.