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Auvers-sur-Oise, an artists’ village 30 kilometres north of Paris is renowned as the place where ...
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Vincent van Gogh settled in Arles in 1888 because he wanted ‘a different light’. The ...
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A guided tour with commentary. From the Saint-Georges neighborhood all the way to the mills ...
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Het Noordbrabants Museum is the only museum location in the south of the Netherlands to ...
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The Kröller-Müller Museum boasts the second-largest Van Gogh collection in the world, compiled by Helene ...
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The house where Van Gogh lodged at the beginning of his stay in the Borinage ...
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The Musée d’Orsay is one of the most visited in the world and has its ...
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The Musée Estrine is a museum for modern and contemporary art which shows the influence ...
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Vincent van Gogh received psychiatric treatment in the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole hospital in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence from May 1889 ...
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In the period 1875-1882 the Van Gogh family lived in the rectory in Etten. Vincent ...
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In the autumn of 1883 Van Gogh spent three months in the northern province of ...
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La Maison du Marais is the name given to the house where Vincent van Gogh ...
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The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam houses the world’s largest collection of Vincent van Gogh’s ...
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There is a unique cycle path in Eindhoven, just outside Nuenen which was inspired by ...
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The Vincent van GoghHuis stands on the spot where the artist was born. Reminders of ...
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Vincent van Gogh lived in Nuenen for two years (from December 1883 until November 1885). ...
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Auvers-sur-Oise, an artists’ village 30 kilometres north of Paris is renowned as the place where ...
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In 1866, the 13-year-old Vincent van Gogh moved from Zundert where he attended the Willem ...
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