Featured in one of Van Gogh’s late masterpieces, Landscape at Twilight (F770), the Château d’Auvers is one of the defining historical monuments of the village where Van Gogh spent his last days. From October 2023, it will host an exhibition dedicated to Van Gogh’s stay in France from 1886 to 1890, with a focus on Auvers-sur-Oise, both digital and enriched with historical pieces and original artworks by fellow artists.
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'Auvers is decidedly very beautiful. So much so that I think it’ll be more advantageous to work than not to work'
Vincent van Gogh