Van Gogh drawing in Nuenen


A mass production of drawings !

The production of drawings he made in Nuenen is impressive. He drew everything he saw, everything that surrounded him. He drew workers and farmers, he drew urban scenes, landscapes, interiors, dead natures and all type of objects, always humblest.
Vincent was practising his future as an artists, using watercolours, ink, pencils, and later on oil paints.

“A wood Auction”
Drawing with watercolours ans ink.
(Winter 1883 – 1884)
Exposed at the Rijksmuseum Vicent Van Gogh in Amsterdam.
Drawing 35 x 44.8 cm
Nuenen.

“A man winding thread”
Drawing with watercolours ans ink.
(Spring 1884)
Exposed at the Rijksmuseum Vicent Van Gogh in Amsterdam.
Watercolours 44 x 34 cm
Nuenen.

A Farmer From Neunen, Peeling Potatoes, 1885
van Gogh, Vincent

” A woman farmer sitting down”
Drawing 1884
30 x 20.5 cms
Exposed at the Rijksmuseum Vicent Van Gogh in Amsterdam.

Vincent also made drawings with “alive models” for his pictures.
“Woman in the winch to spin”
Watercolour 33 x 44 cms
Samuel Karlon Colection in New York.
Spring 1884

“Dusk Landscape”
Autumn 1883
Drawing and Watercolour
41.6 x 54.1 cm
Rijksmuseum Vincent Van Gogh in Amsterdam.
From the amazing period in Nuenen after coming back home from travels.

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