Van Gogh started to draw at a young age and his talent is obvious even if we look at his early painting, and he ended up producing thousands of oil paintings, watercolors, sketches and prints. The Van Gogh architecture paintings represent only the tip of the iceberg, as he was more concerned about capturing the raw beauty of nature. Faces fascinated him just as much, but whenever he found the time and energy to focus on streets and buildings, the results were impressive.
FulcrumGallery.com has assembled a nice collection of Van Gogh architecture art prints, but many of them are centered on the city of Arles. He brilliantly captured the very fragrance that made the town special and the Cafe Terrace paintings as well as the Yellow House of Artists are easy to recognize. There are also some great Van Gogh architecture posters featuring iconic structures in Auvers and old meals and the city’s outskirts. The bottom line is that those who seek art created by the Dutch painter, focused on buildings rather than people and nature, will not be disappointed.