Van Gogh House, Cuesmes
La Maison du Marais is the name given to the house where Vincent van Gogh lived for a short period from 1879 to 1880. This former house in the Belgian mining district of the Bourinage contains an audiovisual presentation as well as a facsimile of the painting Les Bêcheurs (The Diggers) from the collection of the BAM, the Museum of Fine Arts in Mons.
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'...I’ve never forgotten the Borinage, and ...I’ll always have a wish to see it again'
Vincent van Gogh