His Paris period in 1887 is an effort to assimilate the influences around him. As he begins to formulate his own artistic way. His palette becomes brighter, his brushwork more broken. Like the impressionists, Vincent takes his subjects from the city's cafés and boulevards, and the open countryside along the Seine river. Through Georges Seurat and Paul Signac, he discovers the stippling technique of neoimpressionism, also called pointillism, and freely experiments with the style. What is required in art nowadays, he writes, is something very much alive, very strong in color, very much intensified.
In his collection of 1886
you will find still somber colors. In 1887 he used more and more yellows, reds, greens, and blues, and his brushwork takes on the disconnected stroke of the impressionists. See also his work of 1888
You will find here a collection of paintings, drawings, watercolors and letters in chronically order, made in 1887. So you can follow the evolution of his way of painting. Most famous paintings for this period of art were Van Gogh 's Japanesery
The most paintings are part of a collection in a museum. We have listed all that museums in our Van Gogh Museums