Van Gogh. In the portal of eternity
"God would have said: Stop going to those gloomy, dark and cold temples that you yourself built and that you say are my home. My home is in the mountains, in the forests, the rivers, the lakes, the beaches. There It's where I live and express my love for you." Baruch de Spinoza, Netherlands, mid-XNUMXth century
During the year 1888, after suffering ostracism and the rejection of his paintings in art galleries, Vincent Van Gogh decides to follow the advice of his mentor, Paul Gauguin, and move to Arles, in the south of France. There, while fighting against the advances of madness and social pressures, the Dutch painter enters one of the most disturbing and prolific phases of his short but meteoric career.