Mia Feigelson asks what the stylistic differences are between Van Gogh’s work from his time in Arles, Saint-Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise. Check out the answer.
If you compare Van Gogh’s works produced in his three final places of residence, it becomes clear that his style didn’t change as dramatically as it did between his Dutch period and his time in Paris. Nevertheless, there certainly is a change: in Arles, he returned to a looser, broader style – a bit like in the Netherlands, but with different colours.
He sometimes also used a rough form of pointillism in his work. In Saint-Rémy, his style becomes more graphic, like in his drawings. This development continued in Auvers, where his style of painting once again became rounder.