This painting is my own version of Vincent’s painting of a starry night over the Rhone. I drew it from the same spot in Arles on the Place Lamartine where van Gogh observed the scene in 1888. It’s barely changed in more than 100 years and still has the same magic which drew Vincent to the scene. It is just a stone’s throw from the lace where he lived at what he called The Yellow House.
This painting celebrates the incredible work of my hero, the scandalously unsung Alfred Russel Wallace. Wallace came up with the theory of natural selection independently of Darwin and established the study of biogeography.
This painting is no longer available, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure and for the glory of Wallace.
Read more about Wallace here.