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Cypresses, 1889, Vincent Van Gogh
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Leica 25mm/1.4 D Summilux.
the artist's brother, Theo van Gogh, Paris (1889–d. 1891; sent to him by the artist on September 28, 1889); his widow, Johanna van Gogh-Bonger, Amsterdam, in trust for their son, Vincent Willem van Gogh (1891–95; sold with six other paintings for fl. 384 to Moline); [Lucien Moline, Paris, from 1895]; Julien Leclercq, Paris (1901; purchased in February for Fr 600; d. 1901); Maurice Fabre, Paris and Gasparets (by 1904–8); [E. Druet, Paris, 1908]; sale, Hotel Drouot, Paris, May 16, 1908, no. 25; Fritz Meyer-Fierz, Zurich (bought in Paris; May 1908–1923/24); [Galerien Thannhauser (Justin K. Thannhauser), Berlin, 1923/24–probably 1931; sold, apparently on or soon after December 24, 1931, to Schocken]; Salman Schocken, Berlin, later New York (probably 1931–1949; sold in 1949 to Thannhauser); [Justin K. Thannhauser, New York, 1949; sold to MMA]
Pavillon de la Ville de Paris. "Salon des Independants (6e exposition)," March 20–April 27, 1890, no. 832 (as "Le cypres," probably this picture).
Pavillon de la Ville de Paris. "Salon des Independants (7me exposition)," March 20–April 27, 1891, no. 1195 (as "Cypres," possibly this picture).
Paris. Galerie Bernheim-Jeune. "Exposition Vincent van Gogh," March 15–31, 1901, no. 35 (as "Cypres en Provence," lent by M. Julien Leclercq).
Munich. Galerien Thannhauser. "Van Gogh," 1907, no. 43 [see Ref. Sterling and Salinger 1967].
Paris. Galerie E. Druet. "Quelques oeuvres de Vincent van Gogh," January 6–18, 1908, no. 4 (as "Cypres," lent by M.M. Fabre) [see Refs. La Faille 1939 and 1970].
Cologne. Stadtische Ausstellungshalle. "Internationale Kunstausstellung des Sonderbundes Westdeutscher Kunstfreunde und Kunstler," May 25–September 30, 1912, no. 108 (lent by Fritz Meyer, Zurich).
Kunsthalle Basel. "Vincent van Gogh," March 27–April 21, 1924, no. 60 (as lent by a private collection, Lucerne).
Berliner Kunstlerhaus. "Erste Sonderausstellung in Berlin," January 9–mid-February 1927, no. 119.
Paris. Bernheim-Jeune. "Vincent van Gogh: l'epoque francaise," June 20–July 2, 1927, no catalogue [see Ref. La Faille 1928].
New York. Museum of Modern Art. "First Loan Exhibition: Cezanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh," November 8–December 7, 1929, no. 85 (lent by Justin Thannhauser, Berlin).
Cleveland Museum of Art. "Work by Vincent van Gogh," November 3–December 12, 1948, no. 18 (lent anonymously).
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Van Gogh: Paintings and Drawings," October 21, 1949–January 15, 1950, no. 112.
Art Institute of Chicago. "Van Gogh: Paintings and Drawings," February 1–April 15, 1950, no. 112.
Hempstead, N.Y. Hofstra College. "Metropolitan Museum Masterpieces," June 26–September 1, 1952, no. 15.
West Palm Beach, Fla. Norton Gallery and School of Art. "French Painting—David to Cezanne," February 4–March 1, 1953, no. 26.
Coral Gables, Fla. Lowe Gallery. "French Painting—David to Cezanne," March 11–31, 1953, no. 26.
Sarasota, Fla. John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art. "Directors' Choice," February 6–March 4, 1955, no. 26.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Van Gogh as Critic and Self-Critic," October 30, 1973–January 6, 1974, no. 7.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Impressionism: A Centenary Exhibition," December 12, 1974–February 10, 1975, not in catalogue.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Van Gogh in Saint-Remy and Auvers," November 25, 1986–March 22, 1987, no. 15.
Amsterdam. Rijksmuseum Vincent van Gogh. "Vincent van Gogh: Paintings," March 30–July 29, 1990, no. 90.
Art Institute of Chicago. "Van Gogh and Gauguin: The Studio of the South," September 22, 2001–January 13, 2002, no. 117.
Amsterdam. Van Gogh Museum. "Van Gogh and Gauguin: The Studio of the South," February 9–June 2, 2002, no. 117.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Vincent van Gogh: The Drawings," October 12–December 31, 2005, no. 109.
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. "The Masterpieces of French Painting from The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 1800–1920," February 4–May 6, 2007, no. 109.
Berlin. Neue Nationalgalerie. "Franzosische Meisterwerke des 19.Jahrhunderts aus dem Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York," June 1–October 7, 2007, unnumbered cat.
New Haven. Yale University Art Gallery. "Van Gogh's Cypresses and The Starry Night: Visions of Saint-Remy," June 15–September 7, 2008, no catalogue.
Kunstmuseum Basel. "Vincent van Gogh—Between Earth and Heaven: The Landscapes," April 26–September 27, 2009, no. 50.
London. Royal Academy of Arts. "The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and His Letters," January 23–April 18, 2010, no. 133.
Day 2 - Heidelberg After Dark
After leaving Rothenburg, we headed back to Frankfurt. Because it was October, the sun set around six o’clock and it was dark by the time we got to Heidelberg where we stopped to eat.
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