Van Gogh in 3D?
To say the least, the international fine-art print web site WahooArt.com, makes it very easy for you to choose, and order online, excellent reproduction prints of the masterpieces of world art, such as those painted by the 19th century Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890).
Wahoo Art in fact has 988 of his paintings in their huge archives of digital images of the treasures of western art, made by hundreds of artists, for you to choose from.
Your choice is made easier with the pleasing innovation of the virtual 3D galleries. Here the 3D computer technology has been very handily applied to a subject matter that goes back for centuries, effectively bridging the very old and the very new.
In this way, Wahoo Art is providing a new and exciting way for you to discover the world's most famous paintings.
From the home page at WahooArt.com, you can click the tab "Artists" and Van Gogh's name to find thumbnails of all of his work, magically floating in the air on your computer screen.
In fact there are 20 different virtual arrangements of these rather 3D galleries provided for you to view his work.
Here is one view:
Move your mouse and Van Gogh's pictures follow your mouse's movement, ready for you to click anyone of them to see a large version of it presented to you already as a framed print. Your online order can then be delivered, via free freighting, to you house or office anywhere in the world.
Here is another view of the virtual gallery of French artist Balthus (1908-2001):
This is quite a tool for the art-lovers and researchers as well, because everything is here for you in one place, including lesser-known work of this prolific painter along with substantial biographical information about the artist.
This portrait that Van Gogh painted of himself in Saint-Rémy de Provence, in the south ofFrance, shows much of the tragic life that led the artist to commit suicide in a French cornfield at the young age of 37.
Van Gogh died as an unknown artist, who sold only one of some 2,000 artwork that he produced in a life filled with feverish energy and inspiration. His self-portraits, other portraits, landscapes and sunflowers, were works of genius and an appreciation of life, rarely equaled since.