During his stay in the asylum in Saint-Rémy Van Gogh painted a great deal in the garden. He wrote to his friend Bernard: 'You’ll understand that this combination of red ochre, of green saddened with grey, of black lines that define the outlines, this gives rise a little to the feeling of anxiety from which some of my companions in misfortune often suffer, and which is called “seeing red”.’ #VergeOfInsanity www.vangoghmuseum.com/insanity  #exhibition #vincentvangogh #vangoghmuseum #amsterdam…

During his stay in the asylum in Saint-Rémy Van Gogh painted a great deal in the garden. He wrote to his friend Bernard: 'You’ll understand that this combination of red ochre, of green saddened with grey, of black lines that define the outlines, this gives rise a little to the feeling of anxiety from which some of my companions in misfortune often suffer, and which is called “seeing red”.’ #VergeOfInsanity www.vangoghmuseum.com/insanity #exhibition #vincentvangogh #vangoghmuseum #amsterdam…

Grounds of the Asylum, Vincent van Gogh 1889 pic.twitter.com/AMHqQe7s3Q

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Grounds of the Asylum, Vincent van Gogh 1889 pic.twitter.com/AMHqQe7s3Q

Vincent van Gogh aged nineteen, 1873

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