"Unveiling the History of Vincent van Gogh's Sunflowers Masterpiece."

Vincent van Gogh's masterpiece, "Sunflowers," stands as a testament to the brilliance of the artist, both in terms of technique and emotional depth.

Painted in 1888, during a tumultuous period in the artist's life, this vibrant composition is a beacon of light and color that continues to captivate art enthusiasts worldwide.

In the late 19th century, Van Gogh resided in Arles, France, where he sought solace and inspiration in the Provençal sun. It was during this time that he produced a series of sunflower paintings, with the one housed in the Van Gogh Museum being among the most renowned.

Van Gogh's fascination with sunflowers wasn't merely an exploration of botanical beauty; it symbolized his relentless pursuit of artistic expression and emotional resonance.

The technique employed in "Sunflowers" showcases Van Gogh's mastery of color and texture. Bold strokes of vibrant yellow and gold create a vivid interplay of light and shadow, bringing the sunflowers to life on the canvas. Van Gogh's use of impasto, a technique involving thickly layered paint, adds a tangible, almost sculptural quality to the artwork. This innovative approach not only captured the essence of the sunflowers but also conveyed the intensity of Van Gogh's emotional experience.

The inspiration behind "Sunflowers" lies in Van Gogh's deep admiration for the inherent beauty of the sunflower as a symbol of warmth, positivity, and the life force of nature. The painting is a manifestation of the artist's desire to infuse his work with the radiance and energy he found in the blossoming sunflowers.

Today, this iconic painting is proudly displayed in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, offering visitors a unique opportunity to witness the genius of Vincent van Gogh up close. The museum, dedicated to preserving and celebrating the artist's legacy, provides a curated space where art enthusiasts can immerse themselves in the profound beauty and emotional resonance of "Sunflowers." As admirers gaze upon the canvas, they are transported to the sun-drenched fields of Arles, where Van Gogh, driven by an insatiable passion for art, transformed ordinary sunflowers into an extraordinary masterpiece that continues to inspire and resonate across generations.

The "Memory of Holland" collection proudly presents a variety of gift sets inspired by Vincent van Gogh's iconic sunflowers. Below, you'll find a selection of these beautifully crafted sets, each designed to capture the essence of Van Gogh's masterpiece. Explore and shop these unique gift sets to bring a touch of artistic brilliance into your life.

VAN GOGH, Sunflowers, Thermo Bottle Gift Set + Free Gift


This Gift Set contains the following products:

  • Thermos IZY Bottle with the "Sunflowers" painting from the famous Dutch Artist Vincent van Gogh
  • Beautiful cylinder box with the same artwork as the IZY bottle
  • + FREE GIFT: Magnetic Bookmark of the 'Sunflowers' from the famous Dutch Artist Vincent van Gogh