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Filled with deep emotion in the world that Gogh described...
Bright starry night road
Introducing ``Starry Night Road,'' inspired by Van Gogh's work ``Starry Night Over the Rhône,'' which he painted during his time in Arles. The twinkling lights are like stars shining in the night sky. Immerse yourself in the world drawn by Van Gogh as if you were stepping into the work.

 [place] The third-floor under the ground
Van Gogh “Van Gogh’s Room in Arles” 1889 (Musée d’Orsay collection) B1F Modern 73

One of the night views that Van Gogh drew during the Arles era
Gogh "bright starry night of the Rhone"
1888 Paris, Musée d'Orsay

 Van Gogh loved the land of Arles, where the Rhone River flows, because he thought it was a country he admired, "a land as beautiful as Japan."In the clear sky, big stars shine radially, the light of a flickering gas lamp is reflected on the surface of the water, and a couple is gathering in the foreground.Van Gogh is said to have drawn the "Starry Night Over the Rhone" by combining several real scenes, rather than drawing the scenery as he saw it, and the brightest central part of the glittering star squeezes the paint directly from the tube. It is said that it was added.
 For him, the city of Arles would have been the most beautiful and brilliant city.


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