64 days in heaven and hell (56) Enjoy your meal, Monsieur Van Gogh In August 1888, Van Gogh made a number of studies of completely different motifs. Here’s the interior of - presumably - the Restaurant Venissat, where Van Gogh was a regular once he had left the Hotel-Restaurant Carrel in a dispute with the owner. This restaurant Venissat was almost next door to van Gogh’s Yellow House.
Vincent van Gogh, Interior of a Restaurant in Arles, August 1888. Oil on canvas, 54 x 64.5 cm. Private collection (F 0549, JH 1572)