The largest exhibition of works by Vincent van Gogh ever to come to Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria’s Van Gogh and the Seasons, explores the cycle of nature that governed the artist’s spiritual and artistic life. But while most people are familiar with Van Gogh’s tumultuous personal life and his struggles with mental health – not to mention the incident with the ear – how important was the changing of the seasons for the artist?

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