Vincent Van Gogh arrives unexpectedly in Paris, moving into the apartment of his brother Théodorus in rue Lepic.
At the Van Gogh art is a family affair. Théo encourages his brother to become a painter.
He presents Vincent, who will become the man of a thousand paintings, with the singular, but at that time disparaged, group of artists that liked to gather in Montmartre: Pissarro, Renoir, Monnet, Sisley, Gauguin.
An artistic turning point for Van Gogh who, from that point, undertakes new paths of light colourful painting. Impressionism.
Cyprus, Aldehydes, Pink pepper
Violet, Juniper, Amber
Vetiver, Sandalwood, Tobacco
A distinguished start with accents of Camphor and Pepper. The turpentine ﬂirts and rebounds on the power of the blond Tobacco and the Sandalwood notes are wrapped with the freshness of the Vetiver.