Van Gogh created more than 43 self-portraits between 1885 and 1889. They were usually completed in series, such as those painted in Paris in mid-1887, and continued until the last weeks of his life in Auvers-sur-Oise during when he produced no self-portraits. Generally the portraits were studies, created during introspective periods when he was reluctant to mix with others, or when he lacked models, and so painted himself.\n\nThe self-portraits reflect a degree of self-scrutiny that, according to Hughes, is "seldom if ever" apparent in an artist. Often they mark important periods in his development, for example in the mid-1887 Paris series, where he became influenced by Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne and Signac. In Self-Portrait with Grey Felt Hat, heavy strains of paint spread outwards across the canvas. It is one of his better self-portraits of that period, "with its highly organized rhythmic brushstrokes, and the novel halo derived from the Neo-Impressionist repertoire was what Van Gogh himself called a 'purposeful' canvas".….\nThe above description is of the Original Painting (original painting is NOT the part of this product, it is only for your reference). It is reprinted and sold by Canvs. Canvs is the home to Indian Designers. Here is where you find the most incredible work from the most talented folks of India! Find your pick for personal wear, home decor, art prints and more! \nIf you are looking to buy some other variant of this product, feel free to get in touch with us! This product is the reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art. The work of art itself is in the public domain it was published (or registered with the U.S. Copyright Office) before January 1, 1923.