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With a sense of inexhaustible fascination with the natural world, “Wheatfield with Cypresses” by Vincent van Gogh is a poignant and haunting reminder of the artist’s fragile emotional state. Disquiet, hope, and bustling intensity emerge from Van Gogh’s landscape, and allows the viewer a privileged glimpse of the artist’s own way of seeing the world. The vortex-like sky, just about ready to either swallow the surrounding countryside or spew forth some new possibility or solution to the artist’s predicament, “Wheatfield with Cypresses” is bustling with life and energy. Often compared to his The “Starry Night”, “Wheatfield with Cypresses” has frequently been cited as an ominous foretelling of Van Gogh’s fate. Finding a visual lexicon through the pulsating rhythms of the natural world, the fraught sky that haunts the murmuring fields articulates the magic Van Gogh was able to find in the most humdrum of scenes. Captured from life during his self-incarceration at a sanatorium in the south of France, Wheatfield with Cypress was a poignant attempt at self-treatment. After the catastrophic visit from his friend and fellow artist Paul Gauguin that ended with Van Gogh slicing off his own ear as penance, the artist committed himself for treatment. Finding respite in the gardens of his hospital, Van Gogh painted some of his most remarkable studies of life in the grip of change, death, and rebirth. Reflective of the ominous cycle of his depressive episodes, the artist’s natural world is one with the power of both condemnation and salvation. Read with the tragic benefit of hindsight it is easy to see works like Wheatfield with Cypress as indicative of the suicidal fate soon to befall Van Gogh, but the truth is that these canvases were celebratory works of hope and resilience
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