In 1916 Isaac Israels got Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ on loan from Jo van Gogh-Bonger. He made several paintings with ‘Sunflowers’ on the background. More info: http://explore.rkd.nl/nl/explore/images/184952
Painting by Isaac Israels 1905 Beginning 1886, Israëls lived in Amsterdam and registered at the Royal Academy of Visual Arts to complete his schooling, however, quickly abandoned the academy for the more progressive circle of the Tachtigers, an influential group of writers and artists of the time. Influenced by their philosophy, Israëls became a painter of the streets, cafes, and cabarets of Amsterdam. At this time he met the Dutch engraver and painter Willem de Zwart.