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Vincent Van Gogh’s Caravans, Gypsy Camp near Arles, France, 1888

Vincent Van Gogh’s Caravans, Gypsy Camp near Arles is now hanging next to Louvre Abu Dhabi’s own The Bohemian by Édouard Manet. Van Gogh was taken by the light and the harsh landscape during his travels through the Camargue, in the south of France, where many Romany pilgrims also passed through at that time. The adventure and excitement of leaving the studio, of painting in nature and the encounters that resulted are felt in both of these works.

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Caravans, Gypsy Camp near Arles, Vincent van Gogh (Groot Zundert, 1853 – Auvers-sur-Oise, 1890), France، 1888، Oil on canvas Musée d’Orsay
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