In late 1984 when Van Gogh at Arles was staged at The Metropolitan Museum of Art the very last work I saw was under a spotlight just as we left the exhibit.
If memory serves…
It showed a wheat field in moonlight, with just one wheat stack standing in the center of the paining.
It was so forlorn, so lonely, it brought tears to my eyes, and all I could say was a mournful “Oh Vincent…” Something like this has never happened to me before or since. (In retrospect, Vincent could well have meant this as a sublimely happy scene for all I know.)
The problem is, I can’t find a print of that work. I went to allposters.com and look through all the Van Gogh with no success.
Can you help?