Vincent van Gogh made 11 sunflowers in his life, and 10 were scattered all over his death, only one of which was currently exhibited at the Van Gogh Museum. (This data has yet to be questioned, because there are constantly real, and there is no lack of fakes to prove) is the embodiment of Van Gogh's "Sunflower" by the brilliant yellow color combination. Van Gogh thought yellow represents the color of the sun, and the sun symbolizes love, so it has special meaning. He expressed himself as a variety of flowers in the sunflower and sometimes even compared himself to a sunflower. In his letter to his brother Theo, Van Gogh repeatedly talked about the series of Sunflowers, which illustrated the two compositions of 12 and 14 sunflowers. He $number the 12 disciples of Christ, he also set the southern studio (Friends of the family) members of 12 people, plus I and brother Theo two, altogether 14 people. For Gogh, the Sunflower flower is the best subject of his thought. Summer is short, sunflower's flowering is not long, Van Gogh also such as to sunflower-like end his short life, called him a sunflower painter, should be appropriate.