The presentation about Van Gogh's last few months in this tiny village was beautifully done and to stand in the room where he lived (and died) was emotional. We followed the suggested tour around various locations in the village painted by Van Gogh and also visited the cemetery where he and his brother are buried. Its a shame to think that while he stayed here Van Gogh completed 80 paintings - none of them are shown here although apparently the museum hope that one day they may be able to acquire one. The presentation and walk around the village reminded us what a troubled soul Van Gogh was and sadly, how his genius was not recognised in his lifetime.
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