Vincent van Gogh - Farmhouses in Loosduinen near The Hague at Twilight 1883

Farmhouses in Loosduinen near The Hague at Twilight
Farmhouses in Loosduinen near The Hague at Twilight
Oil on canvas on panel 33.0 x 50.0 cm. The Hague: August, 1883
Utrecht: Centraal Museum

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The Letters of Vincent van Gogh

To Caroline and Willem van Stockum-Haanebeek. London, Tuesday, 3 March 1874.
Dear Caroline and Willem,
My hearty congratulations.
I imagine you will have been disappointed not to have heard from me sooner, but that’s like me, and you surely know that I mean well. Now you must render good for evil, however, and write to me directly about how things are going.
Now I have a piece of news for you; our Anna will perhaps be coming here. You can imagine how wonderful that would be for me, but it’s almost too good to be true. Well, we’ll just have to wait and see. If she comes, it will probably be in May, and perhaps it could be arranged for me to come and fetch her.
I’d like so much to get to know her better than I do, for in the last few years we’ve actually seen very little of each other, and we only half know each other.
I wish you both the best, many regards to everyone in the Poten, and if someone or other asks after me. Have you kept up your acquaintance with the Tersteeg family?
Yours truly,