Vincent Willem van Gogh was born in Groot-Zundert village in the province of Brabant in the south of the Netherlands. As a child, Vincent was serious, silent and thoughtful. He attended the Zundert village school from In July 1869, his uncle Cent helped him obtain a position with the art dealer Goupil & Cie in The Hague. After his training, in June 1873, Goupil transferred him to London, where he lodged at 87 Hackford Road, Brixton, and worked at Messrs. On 27 July 1890, aged 37, Van Gogh is believed to have shot himself in the chest with a revolver.
The Potato Eaters, 1885 Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigarette, 1885–1886
Montmartre hill, 1886 The Blooming Plumtree, 1887
Bouquet of flowers in a blue vase, summer 1887 A pair of shoes, 1887
Vase with Twelve Sunflowers, August 1888 Van Gogh's Chair, 1888
Harvesting in La Crau, with Montmajour in the background, 1888 Night Cafe at Arles, 1888
Vase with oleanders and books, August 1888 Three white cottage in Sainte- Marie, in June 1888
Starry Night over the Rhone, September 1888 The Old Mill, 1888