The house in Stockwell where Vincent van Gogh lived for a year is a local heritage site and a venue for exhibitions and artists’ residencies, with a mission of enabling artists to make a living in their lifetimes. The Georgian terrace house was lovingly renovated by architect Livia Wang according to William Morris’ principles of ‘conservation, not restoration’, and retains many of its original features as well as a light-filled modern kitchen extension. A special place with a sense of history and atmosphere, the various rooms in the house and its thoughtfully planted garden can play host to a range of photo shoots, filming & interviews.
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