Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was without a doubt one of the greatest painters in history.
Nowadays his work is sold for millions all over the world.
The Dutch artist is also known for his depressions that lead to him cutting off his own ear and probably suicide. Although in recent years there is a theory that the painter might not have taken his own life.
There is no doubt that Van Gogh drunk quite a lot during the 37 years he was alive.
The booze might have played his part in his unpredictable character and Van Gogh even had hallucinations and delusions, but eating paint and drinking turpentine also didn’t make him too stable.
Come to BoHenry's and raise a glass to Vincent.
We have absinthe.
As Oscar Wilde once said: "Absinthe makes the tart grow fonder."