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01 juillet 2019

Vente aux enchères du revolver avec lequel Van Gogh aurait voulu se suicider

    Vente aux enchères du revolver avec lequel Van Gogh aurait voulu se suicider             AFP 17 juin 2019     Le revolver de marque Lefaucheux que Vincent Van Gogh aurait utilisé pour mettre fin à ses jours le 27 juillet 1890 à Auvers-sur-Oise sera mis aux enchères mercredi à Paris à l'Hôtel Drouot.             Newsletter info         Recevez chaque matin... [Lire la suite]
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01 juillet 2019

Artnet News : Experts Find Van Gogh’s Fingerprints on His Famous ‘Sunflower

    Experts Find Van Gogh’s Fingerprints on His Famous ‘Sunflowers,’ and 4 Other Surprising Discoveries From the Painting’s Recent Conservation Conservators have been conducting extensive research on Van Gogh's famous "Sunflowers," and they are finally ready to present their findings. Naomi Rea, June 20, 2019 Conservator Ella Hendriks looks at Vincent van Gogh's Sunflowers (1889). Courtesy Van Gogh Museum © Maartje Strijbis. Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers (1889) is the most famous painting in the Van... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2017

NEST : Le Borinage, terre de mémoire

          Sur la trace de Vincent Van Gogh            
07 avril 2017

Les Aventures de l'Art de WILLEM

  Une aventure de Vincent Van Gogh   Parution : Beaux-Arts Magazine juin 2015          
08 novembre 2016

Publication : Studio of the South by Martin Bailey

  Frances Lincoln is part of the Quarto Publishing Group UK 74-77 White Lion Street, London N1 9PF T. 020 7284 9300 W. www.franceslincoln.com                                               STUDIO OF THE SOUTH VAN GOGH IN PROVENCE By Martin Bailey   Frances Lincoln | 3rd November 2016 £25.00 | Hardback     Studio of the South: Van Gogh in Provence focusses on... [Lire la suite]
08 novembre 2016

The Japan Times : Is van Gogh’s ‘The Bedroom’ bed still lurking in a Dutch home ?

      This bed, first made famous by Vincent van Gogh's 1888 painting 'The Bedroom,' may today still be lurking in a home or attic in a small Dutch town. | VINCENT VAN GOGH (PUBLIC DOMAIN) / VIA WIKIMEDIA COMMONS World Is van Gogh’s ‘The Bedroom’ bed still lurking in a Dutch home?    AFP-JIJI   THE HAGUE – A bed first made famous by Vincent van Gogh’s 1888 painting “The Bedroom” may today still be lurking in a home or attic in a small Dutch town, an art historian... [Lire la suite]

08 novembre 2016

The Globe and Mail : Where to be wowed in Wallonia

                        Belgium Where to be wowed in Wallonia   Here are three places to take in the best Walloon sights and experiences – just don’t bring up CETA SUZANNE MORPHET   MONS, BELGIUM The Globe and Mail Last updated: Monday, Nov. 07, 2016 2:20PM EST If Wallonia got more than its fair share in Canada’s newly signed trade deal with Europe, you could say the same thing about its natural and man-made attractions. The French-speaking... [Lire la suite]
13 juillet 2016

Publication : Vincent qu'on assassine (Marianne Jaeglé)

                      Marianne Jaeglé Vincent qu'on assassine   Collection L'Arpenteur, Gallimard Parution : 22-04-2016 Auvers-sur-Oise, juillet 1890. Vincent Van Gogh revient du champ où il est allé peindre, titubant, blessé à mort. Il n’a pas tenté de se suicider, comme on le croit d’ordinaire. On lui a tiré dessus. Inspiré par les conclusions des historiens Steven Naifeh et Gregory White Smith, ce roman retrace dans un style épuré les deux dernières... [Lire la suite]
11 juin 2016

Marcasse in the Japanese press

  Article for The Mainichi Shimbun, written by Kay Yoshiya             (English translation)   "Missionary Work of Young Vincent van Gogh"        - Let's support preservation project set up by local people in Borinage-Belgium   In December 1878, 25-years old Vincent van Gogh came over to Borinage, coal mines area in southern part of Belgium, to stay till October 1880; the first half of his stay in this region he spent as a missionary, and the... [Lire la suite]
05 janvier 2016

New York Times : Touring Europe in the Footsteps of van Gogh

    Touring Europe in the Footsteps of van Gogh Traveling to many of the landmarks and cities important tovan Gogh’s artistic life, including Montmartre in Paris, theBorinage in Belgium and Auvers-sur-Oise, where he died at 37.                         ... [Lire la suite]