Vincent Van Gogh arrives unexpectedly in Paris, moving into the apartment of his brother Théodorus in rue Lepic. At the Van Gogh art is a family affair. Théo encourages his brother to become a painter.
He presents Vincent, who will become the man of a thousand paintings, with the singular, but at that time disparaged, group of artists that liked to gather in Montmartre: Pissarro, Renoir, Monnet, Sisley, Gauguin.
An artistic turning point for Van Gogh who, from that point, undertakes new paths of light colorful painting. Impressionism.
A distinguished start with accents of Camphor and Pepper. The turpentine flirtsand rebounds on the power of the blond Tobacco and the Sandalwood notesare wrapped with the freshness of the Vetiver