From: Octave Maus
To: Vincent van Gogh
Date: Brussels, Friday, 15 November 1889
Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, inv. no. b1344 V/1962
Letter headed: ‘15 Novembre 1889’.
Theo had forwarded this letter to Vincent (see letter 819), who made a sketch on the back of it for Theo of the hanging of his canvases and enclosed it with letter 820 of about 19 November.
Entry for the Les Vingt exhibition in Brussels (792)
- Seated woman (
F - / JH -)
- Sketch of the hanging of six canvases for the exhibition of Les Vingt, with the text ‘vigne rouge’ (red vineyard) (
F - / JH -), sketch. The canvases are Orchard in blossom with a view of Arles ( F 516 / JH 1685), Sunflowers in a vase ( F 454 / JH 1562) and Sunflowers in a vase ( F 456 / JH 1561), Trees with ivy in the garden of the asylum ( F 609 / JH 1693), Wheatfield at sunrise ( F 737 / JH 1862) and The red vineyard ( F 495 / JH 1626). Cf. Van Gogh’s list of works to be exhibited in letter 820.