In the roof space of the Auberge Ravoux a humble skylight was all that Van Gogh has to see by in the garret where he spent his last days.
This room measuring a mere 70 square feet is as it was then, and inevitably takes us back to his material universe.
The place has remained humble, simple and bare. Its authenticity conveys a powerful emotion, the same emotion to be found in Vincent’s paintings themselves.
Van Gogh’s room is empty, yet redolent of the memory of a man who was happy with just one possession, the freedom to create.
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