Vincent van Gogh, during his time in Nuenen, visited Eindhoven regularly. He would walk to the train station in Nuenen, and take the train to Eindhoven, where he made contact with a number of people, taught there and created several works. Information about these Van Gogh Monuments in Eindhoven can be found here.
Walking, he passed the Collse Watermolen, this is just outside Nuenen, in Eindhoven. He drew the Catharinakerk, which he saw from Anton Hermans' garden, where he was often. The Genneper Watermill he painted on a cold winter day with Anton Kerssemakers.
5611 DE Eindhoven
In February 1885, Van Gogh produced a pen drawing that clearly shows a sketch of St. Catherine's Church.
5611 GC Eindhoven
Vincent gave painting lessons at the home of amateur painter Anthony Hermans.