Blossom

21 March - 21 June 2011

Vincent van Gogh, Almond blossom, 1890, Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)Blossoming trees fascinated Van Gogh. When in search of sunlight and peace he took up residence in Arles in 1888, he made one painting after another in the orchards around the city. These colourful works, including Small pear tree in blossom, evidence Van Gogh’s enthusiastic reaction to the beginning of spring. He also enjoyed painting the flowering trees in the garden of the asylum he was confined to in Saint-Remy, for example the famous Almond blossom, which he made for his nephew Vincent Willem. Blossom presents a selection of his paintings of flowers from the Van Gogh Museum’s collection.

Spring at its most beautiful

KeukenhofThe Van Gogh Museum and Keukenhof are celebrating spring together with the arrangement Van Gogh in bloom. In one day you visit the exhibition Blossom, enjoy the flowers in bloom at Keukenhof and take a cruise of Amsterdam’s canals. In April, in Keukenhof, moreover can be seen a flower mosaic of Van Gogh’s Self-portrait with felt hat. This is a wonderful way of enjoying spring at its most beautiful!

Package Van Gogh in bloom
Special Van Gogh in bloom package (24 March - 20 May) including:

  • entrance Van Gogh Museum 
  • entrance Keukenhof
  • Amsterdam canal cruise
  • bus transportation between Amsterdam and Lisse

Adults: € 49.50.
Children (aged 4 to13) : € 24.75.
The package is available only online via the website of Lindbergh Tour & Travel.

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