Thursday, June 07, 2007

Art Therapy



Flower Beds in Holland, 1889 by Vincent Van Gogh, National Gallery of Art.


One of the 150 paintings the Van Gogh produced while living in the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy. He had converted a cell next to his into a studio so he could continue to work.

2 comments:

Alexander Barnett said...

If you are interested in this period of Vincent's life, please visit the website for my new film, which traces the course of the year he spent in the asylum of St. Remy. www.theeyesofvangogh.com.

Vanessa said...

I luv this piece, not one of his most popular, but well worth the attention. Thanks for sharing :)

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