Landscape with House and Ploughman - Vincent van Gogh-This landscape is unusual in its elevated, almost bird's-eye point of view. Such an angle can be seen as an attempt to look at the world in the Japanese way, natural for an artist obsessed with Japan. However, we cannot speak of serious influence here: Van Gogh's view was individual and came from his own impressions. The dynamism distinguishing this canvas is alien to Far Eastern landscapes. The painting has an enormous internal energy.
Thatched Cottages in the Sunshine Reminiscence of the North - Vincent van Gogh - Painted in February 1890 while in the Saint-Rémy Asylum - Current location: The Barnes Foundation, Merion Station, Pennsylvania, USA .