Introduction | Early Works
The Potato Eaters
Holland to Paris
Self-Portraits
Paris
Japanese Influence
Arles
The Yellow House
Saint-Rémy
Auvers-sur-Oise

The Yellow House

In September 1888 Van Gogh moved to the so-called Yellow House in Arles -- the corner house with the green shutters -- which he had rented as a studio for several months. Hoping to establish a colony of artists, he invited his friends from Paris to join him in the house, for which he conceived a complex decorative program. Gauguin alone came, for two months in October 1888.

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