The Dutch Noordbrabants Museum announced today, it bought its third van Gogh painting in three years. In 2016, the museum bought a work showing the vicarage garden in Nuenen, dating from 1885. Last year, it bought a painting of a local watermill, dating from 1884.
Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum currently shows a very important exhibition. “Van Gogh & Japan” combines Vincent van Gogh’s works and Japanese prints. The exhibition shows the important influence Japanese prints had, on van Gogh’s art.
Don’t know where it started, but many reports are not 100% correct. Not one, but two drawings are now attributed to Vincent van Gogh. Moreover, they are not exhibited at the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
They love “Loving Vincent”. Friends, acquaintances, complete strangers rave about “Loving Vincent” – since its 2017 release. Not seen it yet? Neither have I.
I went to the “Loving Vincent” exhibition at the Noordbrabants Museum.
The Noordbrabants Museum at Den Bosch, the Netherlands, recently bought a van Gogh painting at a New York auction. In December 2017, its newly acquired “Watermill at Coll” was shown to an eager museum public for the first time. The painting will become part of a permanent exhibition at this Dutch museum.
Right opposite the beautiful Maelwael exhibition at Amsterdam’s Rijksmusem, there is a larger one. This exhibition contains nearly 80 works by Matthijs Maris. He inspired painters like Vincent van Gogh.
Imagine, looking at a painting through a microscope and … a dead monster pops up! No: no joke! It happened to a curator while poring over olive trees, painted by Vincent van Gogh.
As mentioned in an earlier post, visitors to The Hague are treated to two exhibitions shedding some light on poverty and town-life. At the The Hague Historical Museum, near the Mauritshuis, an exhibition compares the lives of the rich and poor of the town. The exhibition at the The Hague Gemeentemuseum focuses on Dutch Impressionists.
Take a stroll into the woods with van Gogh, Rousseau, Corot this summer – while visiting the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Its summer exhibition in the museum’s exhibition wing, shows 34 works by these and other painters. The selected paintings are from the museum’s own collection, as well as from the The Hague Mesdag and private collections.