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He also presented the first modern palette of brilliant primary and secondary colours: red, yellow, blue, purple, orange and green, and the many complex gradations in between. The term prismatic colour came into use to describe the bright colours seen through a crystal prism that soon found their way onto the artist’s palette and balanced those earth colours. A more affluent, trade-based European culture had access to many more colours. The academies of art had now largely replaced the artists’ workshop as the scene of aesthetic debate.

But when it came down to it, face-toface on the doorstep, all this was probably left unsaid. Working on double-square canvases, a practice Daubigny had pioneered as a landscapist, Van Gogh made two paintings that afternoon entitled Daubigny’s Garden, in which the figure of Mme Daubigny stands at the bottom of her garden, a small black smudge of a woman dressed in mourning clothes, beside an empty garden chair in which, it is suggested, her husband used to sit. That Mme Daubigny probably didn’t pose for Van Gogh is beside the point; that her husband had actually died months before in his treasured home beside this garden is, perhaps, less so.

There had been times in the past when certain landscapes had provided him with solace insofar as they reminded him of Daubigny. 3cm I N S P I R I N G I M P R ES S I O N I S M COLLECTION: TAFT MUSEUM OF ART, CINCINNATI HEINO, NETHERLANDS, HANNEMA-DE STUERS FOUNDATION COLLECTION RUDOLF STAECHELIN the Hague following an argument with his father, Van Gogh wrote about a walk he had taken, ‘alone at a remote spot in the dunes’, during which he had been comforted by the ‘feeling that one had not been alone but had talked to one of the old figures from the time of the beginning, Daubigny’.

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