In June 1888 Van Gogh took a 30 mile stagecoach trip from Arles to the sea-side fishing village of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Van Gogh's week-long trip was taken to recover from his health problems and make some seaside paintings and drawings. In just a few days he made two paintings of the sea, one of the village and nine drawings.
Narrow Street of Saintes-Mairies was one of those paintings, and Palettes of Natick presents its version of it for your painting pleasure on Aug. 31. No painting experience needed.
Palettes offers and eclectic selection of beer, wine, cocktails and nibbles to choose from, and will assist in making your evening a fun night out.