Monsieur Ginoux

In November of 1888, while living in the Yellow House with Gauguin, Van Gogh created a portrait of Madame Ginoux which she must have found satisfactory.  A month later, Van Gogh painted a portrait of Monsieur Joseph-Michel Ginoux.  Paul Gauguin also created a portrait of Monsieur Ginoux. Van Gogh clearly held fond feelings for Madame and Monsieur Ginoux and considered them to be among his friends.  In a letter to them at the end of December 1889 he wrote to Mr. Ginoux and his ill wife, “I assure you that it will be hard for me to leave the South; I say this to all of you who have become …..

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More Van Gogh Printables

What better way to complement a beautiful Van Gogh print than with a memorable Van Gogh quote. We are happy to announce the release of the second in the series of Van Gogh subway art prints based on Van Gogh’s famous quotes. Each of our exclusively designed prints are free to download from the Van Gogh Gallery website, so that you can easily print and frame these quotes as a decorative reminder of Van Gogh’s inspirational words. The second Van Gogh quote from our Van Gogh Gallery subway art collection is from a letter that Vincent wrote to his brother Theo on October 22, 1882, “For great things do not …..

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Van Gogh Printables

We are pleased to be able to share some of Van Gogh’s famous quotes with Van Gogh Gallery visitors in the form of subway art prints.  These prints are free to download from the Van Gogh Gallery website, so that you can print, display, and enjoy Vincent van Gogh’s inspirational words each time you see them. The first Van Gogh quote in our exclusively designed Van Gogh Gallery subway art is from a letter that Vincent wrote to Emile Bernard on September 28, 1882, “To do good work one must eat well, be well housed, have one’s fling from time to time, smoke one’s pipe and drink one’s coffee in …..

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