SCULPTURE LOCATIONS (Alphabetical)
Map (19th Century) of locations1. ARLES, FRANCE
Location - Espace Van Gogh
History - Arles is the town where Van Gogh painted many of his most iconic works and where he set up his artists colony in the Yellow House. The bust is to be situated in the hospital gardens where Van Gogh was treated after he cut off his ear.
Installation 2019 (Bronze finish)2. BRIXTON, LONDON, UK
Location - on the Van Gogh Walk next to 87 Hackford Road
History - lived at 87 Hackford Road whilst working as an Art Dealer 1873-1875
Installation 2018 (Brass finish)
Location - Van Gogh House in Petit-Wasmes.
History - Van Gogh was a Lay Preacher and missionary in this coal mining district 1878 and lived in a house in Petit-Wasmes in 1879.
Installation 2019 (Granite / Coal Finish)
Location - Isleworth Public Library, across from where Van Gogh worked as an assistant teacher for six-months.
History - Teacher 1876.
Installation 2018 (Aluminium/Silver finish)
Location - Van Gogh Library, to be moved to external location
History - Van Gogh's father became a pastor in Nuenen in 1882 and the family lived at the vicarage there. Van Gogh lived there from 1883 to 1885 and painted famous works like "The Potato Eaters" and many still lifes.
Installation 2018-9 (Bronze finish)
Location - Spencer Square Gardens
History - Van Gogh lived and worked as a Teacher at Spencer Square in 1876.
Installation 2018 (Copper Finish)
Location - the old ford near Anna's house
History - He walked 100 miles from Ramsgate to visit his sister, Anna, who was a teacher there 1876
Installation 2018 (Iron Finish)
Vincent Van Gogh by Anthony Padgett 2017