Haystacks in Provence is a painting of 1888 by the Dutch Impressionist Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890). The oil on canvas painting is drawn on Post-Impressionism style with landscape Genre and it measures 73 by 92.5 centimeters. It is now housed at Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo. It portrays Vincent's identification with peasant life effectively reached at its high point in his pictures of harvest time in Provence. The powerful radiance of the yellow in these works which Vincent elevated to a symbol of summertime and the south, is major reason why the harvest paintings have made such a significant contribution to the popular myth of van Gogh.