Woods and Undergrowth, c.1887 by Vincent van Gogh. With its monochrome subject matter, this painting is an outlier among the rest of Van Gogh's oeuvre. Completed during his time in Paris, the work features an verdant copse unlike other foliage Van Gogh painted. He is known for painting flowers, and also cypress trees, but this remains a (very pleasant) rarity. Giclee print from Art.com.