Though the "Studio of the South" lasted only nine weeks and revealed the artists' radically different approaches to painting, the short collaboration between van Gogh and Gauguin proved critical to the development of each artist's work, identity, and destiny, and produced works that helped set the stage for much of modern art.
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In October 1888, two struggling artists joined forces in a tiny yellow house in the South of France. This is the story of the tense friendship between Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin and their "Studio of the South".
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