Van Gogh in Paris (GB)
It was during his stay in Paris between 1886 and 1888 that Van Gogh, who used to keep company with the most revolutionary of the young painters, discovered the revelation of modernity. In doing so, he swapped the browns of his palette as a painter of the agricultural world for the solar colours of the Impressionists, and a touch of pointillism. Montmartre and the Moulin de la Galette cabaret, with its three disaffected mills, provided the main setting for these new experiments.
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par Bruno Delarue