Irises in Copper Pitcher
StillLife

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I.M. Spadecaller

Irises in Copper Pitcher
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Irises in Copper Pitcher
Van Gogh made painting irises a classic exercise for many artists. Originally, he gravitated to painting irises as a means to escape tension. He referred to the picture known as "Irises" as "the lightning conductor for my illness" because he felt that he could keep himself from going insane by continuing to paint. This still life digital composite and painting is copyrighted by Matthew Schwartz on 7.9.2016. All Spadecaller artwork posted on Imagekind, Facebook, and elsewhere is copyright protected. Permission to copy, appropriate, reclaim, alter, or otherwise distribute, display, or sell is prohibited.
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artsandi
artsandi ::
July 11, 2016
Fabulously gorgeous - Favorite

PaulCoco
PaulCoco ::
July 12, 2016
Van Gogh could take lessons from you! Impeccably done.

spadecaller
spadecaller ::
July 13, 2016
Ha! You're too kind. Thanks so much, Paul!

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