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    Vincent Van-Gogh

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    Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits. Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits. Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits. Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits. Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits. Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits. Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits. Vincent van Gogh is undoubtedly the best known artist to have stayed in Saint Rémy de Provence. He arrived in Saint Rémy de Provence from Arles on 8 May 1889, and at his own request was ‘interned’ at Saint Paul de Mausole Asylum. He was fascinated by the quality of the light and the intense beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint Rémy and also extremely inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a calm and understanding atmosphere among the nuns and staff who took him in; he created almost 150 paintings and many drawings in the course of one year. This St Rémy period is considered to be of great importance in the work of Vincent van Gogh. He left the town on 16 May 1890 and went to Auvers sur Oise, where he died just over two months later, on 29 July 1890. An independent walk through the world of Vincent van Gogh is available. The Saint Rémy de Provence Tourist Office also organises guided visits.


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