What you say should be applied to others rather than to me

In January of 1890, six months before his death, a lengthy review of Vincent van Gogh‘s work appeared in the highly influential French gazette, Mercure de France. The entirely positive article is notable for two reasons, the first being that this was the only such review of the artist’s work to be published during his

Langlois Bridge

A letter written by Vincent van Gogh to Émile Bernard on March 18th, 1888, a month after leaving Paris for Arles. He begins the letter with a sketch of sailors and their ‘sweethearts’ strolling riverside towards a drawbridge, and goes on to mention his current preoccupation with the scene. In fact, the Langlois Bridge later