Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio. Gift of the Estate of George Deem, 2013. Accession Number T.2013.51
| Image Notes
In the center of the work, between the images left and right, George Deem in green ink wrote two paragraphs from texts by Van Gogh.
Upper paragraph: "My house is painted the yellow color of fresh butter on the outside with glaringly green shutters; it stands in the full sunlight in a square which has a green garden with plane trees, oleanders and acacias. And it is completely whitewashed inside, and the floor is made of red tiles. And over it there is the intensely blue sky. In this I can live and breath (sic), meditate and paint."
Lower paragraph: "Do you know a painter named Jan Van der Meer? He painted a pregnant Dutch woman, beautiful and very distinguished. This strange artist's palette included blue, lemon-yellow pearl gray black and white."