After spending a few years working for the art dealers Goupil & Cie in The Hague, Vincent van Gogh was transferred to their London branch in May 1873


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After spending a few years working for the art dealers Goupil & Cie in The Hague, Vincent van Gogh was transferred to their London branch in May 1873.

Van Gogh thoroughly enjoyed London life and the city, with its lovely parks and interesting museums. Gradually he acquainted himself with English art and literature. Years later, he would sigh that he had come to love London deeply.

Upon his arrival, Vincent settled in a suburban boarding house. After a few months, he moved to a cheaper guest house in Brixton.


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