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Dulwich Picture Gallery
London, England

  • August 4, 1873
  • January 1, 1874 - December 31, 1874

On the summer bank holiday in 1873, Vincent and a German lodger from the boarding house where he was staying visited the Dulwich Picture Gallery, a museum an hour and a half outside London that had a famous collection of seventeenth-century art. He did not write about the paintings he saw there. After visiting the museum, the men walked to a village an hour away. Precisely a year later, on the following summer bank holiday, Vincent went to the gallery again with his sister Anna.

literature

Martin Bailey
Young Vincent: the story of Van Gogh's years in England
London, 1990

Kristine Groenhart and Willem-Jan Verlinden
Hoe ik van Londen houd: wandelen door het Londen van Vincent van Gogh
Amsterdam, 2013

Jan Meyers
De jonge Vincent: jaren van vervoering en vernedering
Amsterdam, 1989

Ronald Pickvance
English influences on Vincent van Gogh
London, 1974

 
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