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Gladwell Gallery
London, England

In Paris, Vincent van Gogh befriended Harry Gladwell (1857–1927), the son of Henry William Gladwell, owner of the Gladwell Gallery in London. Vincent often stopped there when he was in London. The gallery was established in the mid-eighteenth century and existed until Harry’s son Algernon sold it in 1951.

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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