Credits: National Gallery, Washington D. C.
La Mousmé also known as La Mousmé, Sitting in a Cane Chair, Half-Figure (with a branch of oleander) was painted in 1888 while living in Arles, which van Gogh dubbed "the Japan of the south". Retreating from the city, he hoped that his time in Arles would evoke in his work the simple, yet dramatic expression of Japanese art.
|oil on canvas, 50.5 cm x 64.3 cm|
|JPG Size 1,390 KB|