Vincent paints cut sunflowers in late autumn and still lifes of fruit and portraits for the early winter.
Alexander Reid. Alexander Reid is probably the buyer of paintings by Monticelli from Delarebeyrette (^ -0, p.202, n0 52). Vincent and his brother begin at that time their collection of paintings by Monticelli, six tables in total, mainly from the gallery of Joseph Delarebeyrette.
Novenibre Signac, Seurat, Pissarro C. send paintings VExposition o The XX. Brussels (BH, p. 77). John Russell painted the portrait of Vincent van Gogh (nov.dec.) (Cat. No. 105). The Scottish painter AS Hartrick I met Vincent in workshop Russell: he sees in the company of Alexander Reid (Hartrick, pp 40-50.). At that time, Vincent made exchanges with other artists (eg Frank Boggs and Fabian).
December Vincent painted the first portrait of Alexander Reid fhiver 1886-1887) (cat. No. 58). December 29 Aristide Bruant publishes The Çuadrille chair of Louis XIII of Lautrec in The Kazoo. ^ nœnt, attends des.soirées coffee concen-cabaret? s Aristide Bruant The Kazoo. Up! In
January 1887 ga ^ e “! OMartinet ’26> bo” vard Italians exhibits cTSde:) signed ^ c ^ ^^^^^-piss, s, shadow chlnoisesa “Cabaret Miriiton.
Renoir tried to pass a vacation.
January 1887 Vincent painted his first portrait of Father Tanguy (INTRODUCTiONfìg. 15). Lautrec, Bernard and Anquetin are narrow relatiens and meet in the cafes of the Boulevard de Clichy.
January 8 Gustave Eiffel sign with the city of Paris a contract to build a metal tower 500 m high for Universal VExposition. It is perhaps at this time that Vincent builds relationships with Agostina Segatori, coffee Owner Tambourine, where he can hang his works to show to the public. He met Signac in the shop Father Tan $ (anv. I-February). 11 connalt good store of Siegfried Bing, to Pc du_22, rue de Provence and 19 (2 fig.): Chauch’at’amrique & IA street remains of the merchant he attends assidûment’pou’r 50 PAMS A VAN GOGH
study, acquire or commission of Japanese prints (ZT510,511).
January 13 C. Pissarro, Seurat and F. Fénéon spend the evening with Signac in his mother’s house at Asnieres (BH, p. 111).
January 13 C. Pissarro speak of A. Guillaumin who just get married (BH, p. 113). C. Pissarro financial difficulties and is unable to make a sale by Portier Degas painting owned (BH, p. 124).
February Theo wrote to his mother that Vincent has no intention of leaving the campaign as he planned it and he painted some portraits for free (FTTRT, p. 10).
Seurat and Signac 2 February to expose the Fourth Rr. ^^ ,. Brussels. ‘- • “- ^ The position slgnala XX ^, u, xcell, es, p, ourl’ & ‘Doslt (o” L “-” written to np, o, arro to submit a nrnipt ri’1 ^ 1 ^ ‘c PisSignac â ccm, _A Brussels YExposition The XX ^ ed it to nn ^ ^ sarropour submit a projet’d;.. ex’Do ^^ ^ CT action pisles XX (BH, p. 135) . -. “‘” “J” you CAllosmon in Paris with r ^ plJ3 Vincent tightened his friendship with Bernard Bernard announced to his parents that he ïI £ âïBSZ Eli ^ = ^ go SPS ISI-de-Pans-etfr ^. e ^ ‘^ VSS: John Russell painted in Italy
February 25 until May C. Pissarro wrote to his son Lucien to ask the PR, Tanguy to send color (BH, p7l34)
February 28 Bernard first meets.. When Lucien Pissarro in Pere Tanguy’s shop and even jouriïy “FAU met Charles Angrand (1981, Toronto).
March 4 March C. Pissarro accepts mvitation to participate in the VI” Exposition Internationale at Georges Petit with, among others . Monet, Renoir and Sisley (BH, p. 158). //
March Theo wrote to his younger brother because Vincent continued his studies and works with talent, but his character is problematic and is almost impossible to s hear him (WTRT, p. 10). A small exhibition shows the latest in Asnieres pointillist Research Bernard; Signac came to visit and present to the artist (1981, Toronto, p.265). J ^ ers
I2 March Bernard and Anquetin visit with Signac and see his last painting that G. Pissarro also admires the next day (BH, p.140).
March 14 Theo confessed to his sister Willemina (Fig. 5) that the dispute between the two brothers only worsen because of the filth and disorder patterns of Vincent and his wayward behavior. Yet Theo Vincent acknowledges that becomes “more clever every day” (VfTRT, p. 11).
March 22 Vincent is concerned about the state of his collection of engravings bois’qu’il aÌaissée in Nuenen. Theo offers devemrfaireun t’nsielles’doivent be sent to the new home of his mother in Breda (ffTRT, p. 12). ^ ^ ^ _ ^^ Bernard’s parents rented a house. non’publiée of February 27, 1887). _ “_ _ ^^ Vmceïorgamse the” Tambo.irin- his P ^ x ^ miere ^^ ^ d ^ rmpe’sTapona esqmmfluenceraie working ^ ERNARD and Anquetin (March-April). .., _ “, _ ^ ^ ^ Above ^ arpnif Wine adïjàemmenéBerna ^ ^ ti Detan ^ s ^ of ^^ dulIdZÌd.” S:. Bing ~ study the fami ^ use collection of Japanese prints ^ d ^ d ^ my ^^^ ^^ ^ ^ close friend Bernard est’devenu