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The National Gallery‘s Today’s Memory

The National Gallery‘s Today’s Memory

The National Gallery‘s Today’s Memory


Vincent van Gogh’s Long Grass with Butterflies

Originally shared by The National Gallery

Shortly after his arrival at the asylum at St-Rémy, near Arles, Vincent van Gogh described the ‘abandoned gardens’ in which ‘the grass grows tall and unkempt, mixed with all kinds of weeds’. This view of these gardens was painted at the end of the painter’s stay at the asylum: http://bit.ly/20QXsmb

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