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Rue Daubigny 61

Rue de la Gare 24

Het huis van Daubigny bestaat nog steeds en is te bezoeken.

Van Gogh in

Daubigny’s Garden

  1. 20 May 1890
     - 19 Jul. 1890 1890

Vincent made two paintings and a sketch of the garden at the former home of the artist Charles-Francois Daubigny (1817–1878). Daubigny, whose work Vincent greatly admired, had built the country retreat in 1861 and lived between Paris and Auvers. By the time Vincent visited, Daubigny had been dead for more than a decade, but his widow Marie-Sophie, still lived there.

Vincent probably visited the garden soon after arriving in Auvers. On 17 June 1890, he wrote to his brother Theo that he had done a study of the garden. Having no canvas at hand, he painted the sketch on a tea towel. It is now in the Van Gogh Museum. Vincent later painted two more views of Daubigny’s garden.

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Daubigny's garden, 1890

Daubigny's garden, 1890

Oil on canvas, 51 x 51,2 cm

Daubingny's gardeb, 1890

Daubingny's gardeb, 1890

Oil on canvas, 53,2 x 103,5 cm

Hiroshima Museum of Art, Hiroshima

Daubigny's garden, 1890

Daubigny's garden, 1890

Oil on canvas, 56 x 101,5 cm

Sammlung Rudolf Staechelin, in permanent bruikleen aan Kunstmuseum Basel

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