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Collection: Van Gogh Paint by Numbers

We've got for you a couple of the most popular paint by numbers kits from probably the most famous artist in the world - the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. If you're a hobby artist, it's a great opportunity for you to grab a Van Gogh Paint by Numbers kit made from high-quality linen canvas and imitate the awesome masterpiece. Finally, you can put your own van Gogh's masterpiece on your wall and it's a super fun activity to do.

No matter which famous painting you will be starting with, all of them are quite easy even for beginners. If you're searching for some other popular paintings, you may want to visit Famous Paintings Paint by Numbers.

Famous Van Gogh Paint by Numbers kits for adults

Do you want to try the Sunflowers, the Starry Night, or Self Portrait? Each of them can become your new masterpiece. Get a high-quality Paint by Numbers kit with linen canvasnow.

Vincent Van Gogh and his painting style

This Dutch painter, a pivotal figure in Western art, developed a unique and compelling painting style. His approach, typically associated with Post-Impressionism, utilized vibrant hues and vigorous, expressive brushwork which added an element of rhythm and texture to his famous paintings.

Van Gogh's artworks were deeply tied to his emotional state when painted, often representing his personal perspective of the world rather than a literal interpretation. This gave his works a distinctive, raw emotional intensity that set them apart. He used thick brush strokes, akin to a "paint by number" technique in their boldness, which gave his pieces a tangible quality that heightened their visual appeal.

His use of paint color was also significant, serving to express emotion and symbolism. His choice of colors could vary dramatically, reflecting his mood and the theme of the painting. Even though his style was not widely recognized during his lifetime, it has since made a profound and enduring impact on the world of art.