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Oude Koornmarkt 35

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Van Gogh in

Linnig

  1. 6 Dec. 1885 1885

In the summer of 1885, Vincent asked his brother Theo whether he knew anyone in Antwerp. The art dealer and artist Jan Theodor Jozef Linnig (1815–1891) was among those Theo mentioned. When Vincent arrived in Antwerp, he went to visit various art dealers and inspect their wares. He was not impressed by Linnig’s offerings, however. He wrote that Linnig had “nothing but a few miserable old paintings” and that he was a “discouraged” man. Read the complete letter

Relevant letters from Vincent

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  1. Guido Persoons

    Vincent van Gogh te Antwerpen in 1885-1886 : zijn opleiding in de Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten te Antwerpen als bijdrage tot de vorming van zijn kunstenaarschap
    In: Periscoop, Vriendenkring van de Koninklijke Academie, 14-1 (1990)
  2. Mark Tralbaut

    Van Gogh te Antwerpen
    Antwerpen, 1958
  3. Louis van Tilborg en Ella Hendriks

    Vincent van Gogh schilderijen, deel 2: Antwerpen en Parijs
    Amsterdam, 2011
  4. Ella Hendriks en Louis van Tilborgh

    New views on Van Gogh’s development in Antwerp and Paris: an integrated art historical and technical study of his paintings in the Van Gogh Museum
    Universiteit van Amsterdam, proefschrift, 2006
  5. Marije Vellekoop, Sjraar van Heugten

    Vincent van Gogh tekeningen, deel 3: Antwerpen en Parijs 1885 – 1888
    Amsterdam, 2001