The Van Gogh Tree Roots
The Van Gogh Roots were discovered in 2020 by Dr Wouter van der Veen (Scientific Director of Institut Van Gogh) in Auvers-sur-Oise. This place reveals the location where Vincent van Gogh, over 130 years ago, painted his final masterpiece ‘Tree Roots’, just hours before he ended his life. On the scene you can find the tree trunks and roots growing on a hillside. In a private guided tour, you will get all the information on Van Gogh’s last day in the beautiful village, as well as the meaning of the painting and experience the exact place where Vincent’s brush touched the canvas for the very last time.
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My life, too, is attacked at the very root.
Vincent van Gogh