1888 November 4 Vincent van Gogh painted the Red Vineyard (75.0 x 93.0 cm). 1890 January Anna Boch bought the painting during the Brussels expo Les XX 2015 Francoise Levie made the film Anna and Vincent
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While painting Van Gogh was not standing in front of the Vineyard,
he painted it at the Yellow House
completely out of memory and imagination
the day after he walked through the nearby Wine plantation.
Presentation of the film Anna & Vincent
at the Wellington Museum in Waterloo, near Brussels.
In the center of the picture the film maker Francoise Levie with her daughter
and Anna Boch's family,
the sculptor Alfred Blondel, his son Thomas Blondel
and Ben von Solms, editor of the Anna Boch.com website.
Fancoise Levie is a famous Belgian filmmaker.
She is running the production company Memento Production.
Françoise Levie has inherited the film passion from her father Pierre Levie.
She has also transmited it to her daughter Sarah Moon Howe.
Françise Levie has made many film about culture,
one about the Belgium painter Alfred Stevens.
Alfred Blondel was telling fascinating stories about Anna and Eugene Boch
he has know both of them when he was still a child.
Talking to him was realy fascinating for the editor of the website.
Alfred's grandmother was Elisa Boch Blondel, the sister of Anna and Eugène Boch.
His scuptures are ful of creativity, as if he had inherited the talent of his great aunt.
Ben Solms runs the Cremerie de Paris at the Hotel de Villeroy,
an expo center from Very Beautiful Brands.
His great great great grandfather Eugen von Boch was the brother of Victor Boch, Anna Boch's father.
As a child Therèse Thomas, his grandfather and his mother have fasinated him for Anna Boch.
Cremerie de Paris and the Hotel de Villeroy have always attracted creative people
from very different backgrounds.
It is possible that back in 1888 Eugène Boch has shown the place to Vincent van Gogh.
At the time they both lived in Montmartre.
During the early years of the Internet Cremerie de Paris was the first Internet Cafe in Paris. Anna Boch.com is one of many domain names that were registered at the Café.