Still life paintings by Vincent van Gogh (Paris) were subjected to many drawings, sketches and paintings in 1886 and 1887. After he moved to Paris from the Netherlands, Van Gogh transformed the subjects, color and techniques that he used in creating still life paintings.
He saw the work and met the founders and key artists of Impressionism, Pointillism and other movements. He began incorporating the Japanese art learning into his work. Ukiyo-e, and woodblock prints also influenced his approach to composition and painting.