Vincent Van Gogh, Olive Trees, 1889; Scottish National Gallery.
Vincent Van Gogh produced many paintings called "Olive Trees," but the all-blue reproduction below isn't one of them. It's unlikely that the blue effect — along with the other color changes — could have been achieved by photo editing alone, so the modern interpretation is mostly likely a recently produced commercial artwork, rather than a photo that's been altered by a random user. Which makes me wonder: It certainly would have been just as easy to copy the colors of the original. Why turn everything bright blue?
Altered version of a painting by Vincent Van Gogh,
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