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Trinitatis chapel
Dordrecht, The Netherlands

  • January 21, 1877

Every Sunday, Vincent attended services at several different churches. On 21 January 1877, he went to the Trinitatis chapel, the church of the Evangelical Lutheran community, where Johannes Wilhelmus Beversen (1834–1897) was minister. He wrote to his brother Theo:

“This morning I went to hear the Rev. Beversen in a small old church, it was the Lord’s Supper and his text was ‘If any man thirst, let him come unto Me, and drink.’”  

literature

M.J. Brusse
Onder de  menschen: Vincent van Gogh als boekverkoopersbediende I-III
In: Nieuwe Rotterdamse Courant 31 May 1914, 2 June 1914, 4 June 1914
 

E.H. Cossee
Vincent van Gogh en kerkelijk Dordrecht
In: Kwartaal & teken 6- 1 (1980), pp. 1-5

Herinneringen van C. Görlitz
Brief aan Frederik van Eeden, Nijmegen, 3 februari 1891

In: documentation file ‘Dordrecht’ in the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Ad Molendijk
Vincent van Gogh in Dordrecht 
In: Kwartaal & Teken 16-2 (1990), pp. 3-10

 
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