Vincent van Gogh in Arles: He came, he saw and he ended up in hospital

   “..they call a painter mad if he sees with eyes other than theirs.”  Vincent van Gogh, August 1888. The fame and fortune of the City of Arles – in no small measure – is the legacy of two notable foreigners: Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) and Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890). The former “came, saw,Continue reading “Vincent van Gogh in Arles: He came, he saw and he ended up in hospital”