Vincent's Yellow

a[n] [auto]biography and a love story.

Nuenen Part 3

We return to Nuenen one last time. Specifically, we return to your father’s church. I found this bench nearby filled with yellow flowers to be terribly symbolic. Apparently your father and your still-born older brother (also named Vincent and born exactly one year before you…) are buried nearby, but I did not notice their graves… […]

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Mon, October 5 2009 » Personal, Photo entries, Travel, Video Entries » 1 Comment

Nuenen Videos!

Some videos taken during my very wet walk through Nuenen, where Vincent lived for two years as a painter. Unedited, and full of the moment! First, I set off in the rain, for my 5km walk: Then, as I see the windmill and step in front of one of the signs/markers, it begins to speak […]

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Wed, September 30 2009 » Personal, Research, Travel, Video Entries » 1 Comment

Nuenen: Part 2

As promised… The back of the house, with Vincent’s studio in the foreground. I like to imagine this is the door Vincent snuck out of when he couldn’t take his parents anymore. Corner of his studio. I touched the brick here, it’s as close as I got. Now, the first statue of Vincent I saw […]

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Mon, September 28 2009 » Personal, Photo entries, Travel » No Comments