Reproduction of a bas-relief in moulded alabaster, oil polychrome.
Measurements: Width: 148 cm. Height: 73 cm.
This was the last picture Van Gogh painted, a few days before his suicide. Times were not good for the painter and his brother. The crows reflect the bad omens, the three paths with reddish touches limited by green lines that act as grass and weeds. Auvers was the place where he died, tired from his stay in Arles. On the evening of 27 July 1890, Vincent went out into the countryside and shot himself in the stomach with a pistol, which caused his death within two days. The original painting is in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.