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Vincent van Gogh  (1853–1890) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q5582 s:en:Author:Vincent van Gogh q:en:Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh
Alternative names Vincent Willem van Gogh
Description Dutch painter, draughtsman and printmaker
Date of birth/death
Location of birth/death Zundert Auvers-sur-Oise
Work period between circa 1880 and circa July 1890
Work location Netherlands (Etten, The Hague, Nuenen, …, before 1886),
Paris (from 1886 until 1887), Arles (from 1888 until 1889),
Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (from 1889 until 1890), Auvers-sur-Oise (1890)
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Title French: La Chambre à Coucher[1]
The Bedroom
Object type Painting
العربية: تُبيِّنُ هذه اللوحة غُرفة نوم الرسَّام في مدينة آرل، جنوب فرنسا. تضررت اللوحة بسبب فيضانٍ وقع خِلال شهر نيسان (أبريل) سنة 1889. قام الرسَّام بِصنع نسخة جديدة يُحتفظُ بها اليوم في مؤسسة الفُنون في شيكاغو ومن ثُمَّ صنع نسخة أُخرى مُصغَّرة، محفوظة في متحف أورسيه، في باريس.
English: This painting depicts the artist's bedroom in Arles, Southern France. The painting was damaged by a flood in April 1889. The artist made a new version now kept in The Art Institute of Chicago and then a smaller one, now in Musée d'Orsay, Paris.
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 72 cm (28.3 in). Width: 90 cm (35.4 in).
Van Gogh Museum Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q224124
Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam.jpg
Native name Van Gogh Museum
Location Amsterdam
Coordinates 52° 21′ 30″ N, 4° 52′ 52″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Website www.vangoghmuseum.nl
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room Arles
Accession number s0047V1962retrieved from Wikidata

Catalogues raisonnés:

  • F482: Faille, Jacob Baart de la () [] The Works of Vincent van Gogh. His Paintings and Drawings, Amsterdam: J.M. Meulenhoff, no. 482.
  • JH1608 : Jan Hulsker (1980), The Complete Van Gogh, Oxford: Phaidon, no. 1608.
  1. Title given by Van Gogh according to en.Wikipedia, (this version)

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