A fine-art giclée reproduction of "Landscape from Saint-Rémy." During his stay at Saint-Paul Hospital, Van Gogh worked on a group of paintings depicting the field that he could see from the window in his room. His view encompassed a field of wheat enclosed by a wall, with the mountains of Arles beyond. While at the asylum, Van Gogh made more than ten paintings of this landscape, writing to his brother Theo, "Through the iron-barred window I see a square field of wheat in an enclosure, a perspective like Van Goyen, above which I see the morning sun rising in all its glory." Custom frame.