Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh replica art glass from the Art Institute of Chicago the starry sky is actually painted at night under a gas jet. The sky is greenish blue, the water royal blue, the ground mauve. The town is blue and violet, the gas is yellow and the reflections are russet-gold down to greenish bronze. On a blue-green expanse of sky, the Big Dipper sparkles green and pink, its discreet pallor contrasts with the harsh gold of the gas. Vincent to his brother Theo van Gogh, 29 September 1888. Comes with a clear stand for tabletop display and wall hanger for display.