(original French title: Le Café de nuit) is an oil painting created by Vincent Van Gogh (1853 - 1890) in Arles in September 1888 and categorized as one of the most famous of Van Gogh's composition.
One of a series of Oscar-Claude Monets landscapes and seascapes. Artists Garden at Vetheuil is different from other paintings where the illusion of depth and movement is created through the interchange of various elements.
The Painted Art named Village Road, as a whole is dark and the colors are rich. Paul Cézanne was a Post-Impressionist painter whose Oil Paintings bridged the 19th century Impressionism and 20th century Cubism.