Recto Verso Paintings


Recto signifies the art on the front of the work, verso is the back side.
All have been arranged in chronological order using the earliest of the JH catalog numbers devised by Jan Hulsker.

Still Life with Pots, Jar, and Bottles (F 178r, JH 528) by Vincent van Gogh
Recto - Still Life with Pots, Jar, and Bottles
Painted November 1884, Nuenen
F 178r, JH 528
Self-Portrait of Vincent van Gogh (F 178v, JH 1198) Painted in Paris, Autumn, 1886
Verso - Self-portrait
Painted Autumn 1886, Paris
F 178v, JH 1198

Still Life with Bottles and Earthenware (F 61r, JH 533) by Vincent van Gogh
Recto - Still Life with Bottles and Earthenware
Painted November 1884, Nuenen
F 61r, JH 533
Self-Portrait with Straw Hat (F 61v, JH 1302) by Vincent van Gogh
Verso - Self-Portrait with Straw Hat
Painted Autumn 1887, Paris
F 61v, JH 1302