At the age of 27 there was no sign that Vincent van Gogh was about
to become one of the world's favourite artists. He seemed to be a
failure. He had failed as an art dealer; as a teacher and as a
preacher. His future might have been bleak. Yet within the next ten
short years of his life he painted some of the world's best loved
works of art. This exciting journey in the Let's Trail series takes
you on trips to Vincent's homeland in the Netherlands, to the
buzzing art scene of Paris in the 1880s and from there to the sunny
South of France before completing the journey in the charming
village of Auvers sur Oise outside Paris. We look at the
development in his Art while enjoying the flavour and ambience of
Amsterdam, The Hague and Provence, and along the way looking at his
works in museums and galleries in these locations.
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