In Auvers-sur-Oise in Northern France, the exact location has been discovered of where Vincent van Gogh painted his final painting Tree Roots, 130 years ago. He worked on this unfinished piece shortly before committing suicide in 1890.
During the Uitmarkt on 28, 29 and 30 August, Senior Researcher Teio Meedendorp will introduce the remarkable discovery of the location of the tree roots, as well as discuss Vincent’s final masterpiece and the letters that he wrote while staying in the town. Please note that the lecture will be held in Dutch.
Online and in the museum
The lecture will be held at the museum on the 28th of August. On the 29th, a video of the lecture will be published online at uitmarkt.nl. A limited number of tickets are available for the lecture at the museum. The lecture is sold out.
Tickets are valid for two guests, including entrance to the museum. After the lecture, head into the museum to see the painting up close.
The lecture will be held in Dutch, in the Rietveld Room at the Van Gogh Museum, Museumplein 6. It goes without saying that the coronavirus guidelines will be respected at all times.