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Vincent Van Gogh - Blossoming Almond Tree.♥ Inspirations, Idées & Suggestions, JesuisauJardin.fr, Atelier de paysage Paris, Stéphane Vimond Créateur de jardins en ville ♥

Vincent Van Gogh - Post Impressionism - Arles - Ferme au bord de la grande route - 1888

Vincent Van Gogh - Post Impressionism - Arles - Ferme au bord de la grande route - 1888

8 Portrait de Dr. Gachet, Vincent Van Gogh 1890, MJ Media

L’homme et le végétal : quelques exemples de représentations dans la peinture occidentale. Les exemples montrant des portraits de femmes tenant une fleur, un bouquet ou diverses plantes sont …

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), De slaapkamer/The bedroom, 1889, The Art Institute of Chicago ~ view Van Gogh's bedroom from 1888 and then his 1889 painting side by side

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), De slaapkamer/The bedroom, 1889, The Art Institute of Chicago ~ view Van Gogh's bedroom from 1888 and then his 1889 painting side by side

Vincent Van GoghLe Père Tanguy© Musée Rodin - ADAGP - Photo : Jean de Calan

Van Gogh, Portrait of Père Tanguy Oil on canvas x cm. Paris: Autumn, 1887 Paris: Musée Rodin

Vincent van Gogh  - Worn Out (1882) 'What a fine sight an old working man makes, in his patched bombazine suit with his bald head', Van Gogh wrote to his brother on 24 November 1882, with reference to this drawing. The old workman was Adrianus Zuyderland, resident of the Dutch Protestant Almshouse for Old Men and Women. In return for a small payment, various residents of the almshouse regularly spent a morning or afternoon posing for Van Gogh.

Vincent van Gogh - Worn Out (1882) 'What a fine sight an old working man makes, in his patched bombazine suit with his bald head', Van Gogh wrote to his brother on 24 November 1882, with reference to this drawing. The old workman was Adrianus Zuyderland, resident of the Dutch Protestant Almshouse for Old Men and Women. In return for a small payment, various residents of the almshouse regularly spent a morning or afternoon posing for Van Gogh.

“La tristesse durera toujours.  (The sadness will last forever.)”  —	Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), spoken to his brother, Theo, on his deathbed.

“La tristesse durera toujours. (The sadness will last forever.)” — Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), spoken to his brother, Theo, on his deathbed.

Window in the studio, Vincent van Gogh, 1889

1889 Van Gogh La fenêtre de l'asile, craie noire et gouache sur papier Ingre rose, The black window of asylum, chalk and gouache on pink Ingre paper, cm

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