Vincent van Gogh - Undergrowth with Two Figures 1890

Undergrowth with Two Figures 1890
Undergrowth with Two Figures
Oil on canvas 50.0 x 100.5 cm. Auvers-sur-Oise: June, 1890
Cincinnati: The Cincinnati Art Museum

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The Letters of Vincent van Gogh

Marie Ginoux-Julien to Vincent van Gogh. Arles, Tuesday, 10 June 1890.
Mr Vincent
I am replying to your two letters, if we have delayed so long it is that my husband has been ill, he had a little accident, he had some friends, as chance had it they were present at the arrival of the bullocks, and the bullock butted him in the ribs, he could not walk, it gave him great pain, as for me I am much better, but I am still very tired, I cannot do anything. On Saturday he will send what you ask of us.

He is much better, he can start to work in a few days, we would really have wanted to see you before leaving, we really regretted that you did not come here to Arles. You have compliments from all the neighbours. Mrs Bressy says they will go and see you for a day or two in Paris.
Nothing else for the moment, give us news of yourself sometimes, you will give us great pleasure, we shall not remain so long in giving you a reply.
I shall end, my husband joins with me in shaking your hand in our hearts and in friendship.
Mrs Ginoux

On Saturday he will send you your things to your address which you sent us.