auvers-sur-oise

Here rest the Van Goghs…

In the last 70 days of his life Vincent stayed in Auvers-sur-Oise at the Auberge Ravoux Inn, where he produced 80 paintings and ultimately ended his own life. He is buried next to his brother and confidante, Theo, who died only 6 months after him.

The city and surrounding Oise valley served as a kind of impressionist’s art colony in the late 19th century, home for a time to Pissarro, Cezanne, Monet, Daubigny, and Gauguin. Its pastoral way of living has rendered little change to the little town, with many scenes identical to their immortal paintings to this day. While it was still snowing in mid-March during our visit, we imagined the wind rolling through the wheat fields he walked through from May to July, which served also as his primary subject matter during the last prolific burst of his decade-long art career. 000408390007.jpg
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000408400014.jpg000408390009.jpg000408400018.jpg000408400021.jpgall analog film shot by the great MK , my kindred spirit and travel companion to auvers ❤
Location: Auvers-sur-Oise, Pontoise, France

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