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Vicarage at Nuenen - van Gogh Painting

Vicarage at Nuenen - van Gogh Painting Geography Social Studies Tragedies and Triumphs Visual Arts Nineteenth Century Life

This painting by van Gogh, created while he lived in Nuenen, shows the house (vicarage) where he lived with his family. 

A vicarage is an official residence provided by a church for its parson, vicar, or rector.  This particular vicarage is still in use today.

The painting is at the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.


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Image online, courtesy Web Gallery of Art.

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