top of page
Vincent van Gogh, Le Pont de Langlois à Arles 1888
Vincent van Gogh, Le semeur, novembre 1888
Portrait Vincent van Gogh, photographie
Vincent van Gogh, Nature morte avec fleur sauvage 1890
Samuel von Hoogstraten Vue de couloirs  1662
Armand Cassagne,  Le dessin pour tous
Vincent van Gogh Lettre à Théo du 5 ou 6 Aout 1882
Vincent van Gogh, Le peintre allant au travail 1888, détruit à Magdebourg 1945
Vincent van Gogh Tisserand en peinture

The Sacred Realism of Vincent van Gogh

Rereading his letters

Rediscovering his religious convictions

Putting aside his alienation

Vinvent van Gogh, La Berceuse, 1888
Hans Memling  Vierge à l´enfant, 1480

The son and grandson of a minister and a preacher himself, Vincent van Gogh's relationship to the world was shaped by his knowledge of Protestant doctrine.

Highlighting this religious imprint in his treatment of figures, his obsession with framing and his love of applied work invites a new reading of the Dutch master's work.

It's an approach that goes beyond conventional mythology.

bottom of page