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In 1890, Vincent exhibited with the Independants in Paris. During that same year, he exhibited with Les Vingt in Brussels, where Anna Boch, a fellow painter and friend, bought the only painting he ever sold in his lifetime. He moved to Auvers, where he was treated by his friend, Doctor Gachet. Unfortunately, Vincent's mental state was beyond help. Out of desperation and frustration, he fatally shot himself in 1890.
Paris, France, Auvers-sur-Oise, France, Style: Dutch Post Impressionist / Pointillist, School: Post Impressionist / Pointillist, Movement: Post Impressionism, Dutch, Painting, Painting
Style: Dutch Post Impressionist / Pointillist; School: Post Impressionist / Pointillist; Movement: Post Impressionism; Dutch; Painting
Paris, France; Auvers-sur-Oise, France
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