The word "socialism" often implies two quite different phenomena:
Ward in the Hospital in Arles F Following the incident with Paul Gauguin in Arles in December in which van Gogh cut off part of his left ear he was hospitalized in Arles twice over a few months.
In Marchthe police closed his house after a petition by 30 townspeople, who called him "fou roux" the redheaded madman. Paul Signac visited him in hospital and Van Gogh was allowed home in his company.
In Aprilhe moved into rooms owned by Dr. Theo arranged for two small rooms—adjoining cells with barred windows. The second was to be used as a studio.
By staying here a good long time, I shall have learned regular habits and in the long run the result will be more order in my life.
He needed to obtain permission to leave the asylum grounds. The food was poor; he generally ate only bread and soup. His only apparent form of treatment were two-hour baths twice a week.
During his year there, Van Gogh would have periodic attacks, possibly due to a form of epilepsy. This led to his plans to move to Auvers-sur-Oise just north of Paris in May The use of contrasts creates greater tension. A lone person in the corridor appears lost, similar to the way Van Gogh was feeling.
In March Van Gogh wrote to his brother that a signed petition from his neighbors [in Arles] designated him as unfit to live freely, "shut up for long days under lock and key and without warders in the isolation cell, without my culpability being proven or even provable.
He thinks he hears voices and words in the echoes of the corridors, probably because the auditory nerve is diseased and over-sensitive, and in my case it was both sight and hearing at the same time, which is usual at the onset of epilepsy, according to what Dr.
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