Studio International

Published 26/11/2013

Van Gogh spent two years of his short but productive ten-year career as an artist living in Paris with his brother Theo, an art dealer and gallerist. Arriving there in 1886, Van Gogh was still painting from a dark, sombre palette, but, thanks to his exposure to the brighter colours of the Neo-Impressionists, his own palette began to change. This small but worthy exhibition charts his progression during this pivotal period, and contextualises it by displaying works by his friends and contemporaries, including Angrand, Seurat, Toulouse-Lautrec and Gauguin.

Eykyn Maclean, London, until 29 November 2013.