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Van Gogh in Arles (locations related to his life and work)

Van Gogh in Arles

After living in Paris for two years, Vincent van Gogh moved to the very south of France, in his search for the light and the brighter colours. He has spent a year there and that’s where he has found his own unique style. It’s also where some of his most famous paintings were created. There are many locations related to life and work of Van Gogh in Arles, that could still be seen today. I’ve spent two days there and have looked for some of them. Van Gogh in Arles I’ve boarded a train in Paris early in a morning…

Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise (locations related to his life and work)

Van Gogh in Auvers sur Oise

Auvers-sur-Oise is one of my favourite places related to life and work of Vincent van Gogh. It’s a village where he lived during the last two months of his life. He painted around 80 paintings during that time. However, that’s also a place where he died and is buried today. There are so many locations related to Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise, anyone in love with his work, should definitely visit it. Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise After a year at the asylum in Saint-Remy, Vincent left it and went to Paris to visit his brother Theo and his family. He stayed…

Vincent van Gogh in Paris (locations related to his life and work)

Van Gogh in Paris

After the Netherlands and Belgium, my search for places related to life and work of Van Gogh brought me to Paris next. Vincent lived there on a few occasions. But, the most important one was between 1886 and 1888 when he decided to pursue his career as a painter and learn at the art center of his time. There are many places related to him there, so here is my guide with some of the must see places related to Van Gogh in Paris. Vincent van Gogh in Paris Vincent wrote in one of his letters: And mind my dear…

Van Gogh in the Netherlands (locations related to his life & work)

Van Gogh in the Netherlands

Although Vincent has spent a lot of time outside his home country, there are many places related to Van Gogh in the Netherlands. He was born there and has spent his childhood years in the south of the country. This is also where he lived during the first half of his painting career. The Netherlands is home to two museums with the most significant collections of his work, as well. I have spent a weekend in Brabant exploring some places related to Van Gogh’s life during my project “Follow the footsteps of Van Gogh“. Here are some places I have…