Behind the Hedgerows - by Vincent van Gogh

This drawing, Behind the Hedgerrows, is one of the series Van Gogh painted the landscape of Nuenen, Netherland. In this drawing, again, Van Gogh injected the soulful character into his landscapes. This drawing shows the narrow path that run behind the empty garden.

In this drawing, Van Gogh depicted a group of pollard trees with three oaks and a birch. In the background there was a farmer walking with a wheelbarrow. This painting is senstive, slow and calm, with the sunset in background adding to the overall melancholy mood. In November 1885, Van Gogh made a painting of the same trees there, however, he stood with his back to the hedges, with a view of the fields behind the trees.