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The original work is dated 1888 and is kept at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The bedroom represented is the one in Van Gogh's famous "yellow house"; he decides to paint it while waiting for the arrival of his friend Gauguin, with whom he lives in Arles for a few months.
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The original work is dated 1888 and is kept at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The bedroom represented is the one in Van Gogh's famous "yellow house"; he decides to paint it while waiting for the arrival of his friend Gauguin, with whom he lives in Arles for a few months. In a letter addressed to Gauguin, Van Gogh describes the room in this way: "I have done, for my own use, a 30 cm. wide picture of my bedroom, with the wooden furniture you well know. It was fun for me to make this interior without anything, with the simplicity that Seurat would use…”. The reproduction of the environment is very meticulous: the bed is leaning against a wall where several paintings are hanging; in the nearby wall, near a window, whose view is covered by glass, there are other paintings; on the left of the bed there are two chairs and a small table. Through the use of shades of green and light blue, Van Gogh tries to give the room an atmosphere of tranquillity, serenity and order, effects that are however cancelled by the use of the black line that surrounds the objects, giving a sense of heaviness and oppression. The net colours used, and the absence of shadows give a sense of anguish, accentuated by the inclined positioning of walls and floors, which seem to slip and collapse on one side. This work is considered as one of the most important created by Vincent. The room painted by Van Gogh does not simply portray objects, but rather sums up all the elements that represented him in Arles through the furniture. In 1889 he makes two other versions of this same painting, today preserved in Paris and Chicago.