Vincent van Gogh lived with Paul Gauguin in the Yellow House for about nine weeks.
If you ask me, that’s about nine too many.
During that hellacious time, Gauguin painted Mistral. The subject, Madame Ginoux, was the owner of a cafe, and is featured in multiple portraits by both artists. Doesn’t she look doggone miserable?! Cold wind, or cold dead stare from being visually confronted in a Gauguin again!? Definitely latter.
This bush looks like a face, though, right? Or does Gauguin just make me go crazy and see things that aren’t really there?