Memory of the Garden at Etten by Vincent Van Gogh refers to the parsonage garden at Etten where his father, a pastor, had been called. Vincent spent periods of time there, notably from Easter to Christmas 1881 when he returned to join his brother Theodorus who was an art dealer. This period at Etten represents the beginning proper of Vincent’s ten-year- career as an artist. Measures 12″ x 15″ on 14, 16 or 18 mesh mono deluxe needlepoint canvas. Please select the smallest mesh you are comfortable working with and indicate your preference in the notes section at checkout. We are happy to select and add appropriate wool, pearle cotton or silk threads to help complete. Please contact us if you would like for us to add your choice of fibers. Available in alternate sizes.