|Artist||Vincent van Gogh|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||47 cm × 61 cm (19 in × 24 in)|
|Location||National Gallery, London, UK|
Two Crabs is an 1889 oil painting by Vincent van Gogh. It is a still life of two crabs, one on its back and one upright, with a green background. The work is oil on canvas of 47 cm (19 in) high and 61 cm (24 in) wide.
Van Gogh is thought to have painted this work after his hospital release in January 1889. It was possibly inspired by a Japanese print of a crab by Hokusai that he had seen in the magazine Le Japon Artistique, that his brother Theo van Gogh had sent him in September 1888.
- London, The National Gallery. "Vincent van Gogh | Two Crabs | L995 | National Gallery, London". www.nationalgallery.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-10-14.
- "A Crab on its Back - Van Gogh Museum". www.vangoghmuseum.nl. Retrieved 2018-10-14.