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Van Gogh's ink drawings had originally much more contrast and colour.
Collaboration: The drawing of The Yellow House is now available as replica, as part of the Van Gogh Museum Edition Drawings collection. Because of its high quality, it is almost indistinguishable from the original.
Response by the Van Gogh Museum to the publication of 'Vincent van Gogh: The Lost Arles Sketchbook': found sketchbook with drawings is not by Van Gogh, according to Van Gogh Museum.
Press Release: Both 'The Hill of Montmartre with Stone Quarry' and another drawing attributed to Van Gogh.
In the workshop series ‘Drawing Peasant Life’ you learn how to draw in Vincent van Gogh’s signature style. Watch all three episodes: hands, faces and the rural landscape of Brabant.
The Contemporaries collection consists of artworks by 19th-century and early 20th-century artists. Theo and Vincent van Gogh laid the foundations for this collection. A research project started in 2020 focused on reconstructing and publishing the provenance of these works.
A new collection of painting and drawing materials that pay homage to Vincent van Gogh.
Explore Vincent van Gogh's famous paintings and drawings, work by his artist friends and contemporaries, French prints, Japanese prints and more
A group of young adult professionals from all walks of life: that’s who the Beeldbrekers are. They draw on their own expertise to help the museum become more inclusive.
Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) is world-famous. Learn about Van Gogh's life, read his letters, explore his paintings and drawings, and other masterpieces.
Visit the Van Gogh Museum during the Family Days in the summer holiday, 16 July until 28 August 2022. Enjoy drawing in the galleries, treasure hunts, workshops and much more activities for the whole family.
Discover engaging ready-to-use lessons for all age groups in primary education. Suitable for interactive whiteboards, remote learning and homeschooling. Perfect for drawing and art classes and even for History or Science courses.
A new brand licensing collaboration: Royal Talens and the Van Gogh Museum have teamed up to develop a creative collection of painting and drawing materials that pay homage to Vincent van Gogh.
Explore 1000+ paintings, drawings and letters by Vincent van Gogh. As well as many artworks by his contemporaries and other 19th-century artists in the Van Gogh Museum's free digital collection.
How to enjoy the museum from home? Find plenty of inspiration and things to do at home: read compelling stories about Vincent van Gogh, 4k Virtual Tours, get creative painting and drawing, or explore the artworks in the collection.
As 2021 draws to a close, the Van Gogh Museum has received 366,359 visitors. During the past year, the museum was forced to close for a total of 24 weeks as a result of the measures introduced by the Dutch government to control the coronavirus pandemic.
Research: The Van Gogh Museum was recently awarded a substantial grant by the Getty Foundation through The Paper Project initiative. The generous grant will be used by curator of Prints and drawings Fleur Roos Rosa de Carvalho for further research into the print series of the Nabis.
Find free online art lessons for interactive whiteboards, remote learning and homeschooling. All Van Gogh at School lessons are suitable for all levels in primary and secondary education.
In Press Releases
The Van Gogh Museum has discovered a new work by Vincent van Gogh: Study for ‘Worn out’ from 1882. This work is on display from tomorrow, 17 September at the museum.
Browse through the look book to see what the Exprience is like!
This collection of contemporaries of Van Gogh entails many significant works by artists such as Paul Gauguin, Camille Pissarro and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
What was Vincent van Gogh hoping to achieve with The Potato Eaters and did he succeed? The exhibition explored the painting's background and significance. On view until 13 February 2022.
All Van Gogh Museum Editions are made in limited editions only and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Which other exhibitions are planned in the Van Gogh Museum in 2022?
Marije Vellekoop (b. 1969) has been appointed as the Van Gogh Museum's Head of Collections, Research and Presentation as from 1 January 2013.
The innovative REVIGO project (REassessing VIncent van GOgh) is dedicated to researching the colours Van Gogh used and how they have changed over time.
Vincent van Gogh's masterpieces in the Van Gogh Museum.
Press Release: Exhibition Gauguin and Laval in Martinique at the Van Gogh Museum from 5 October 2018 to 13 January 2019.
Discover the answers to the frequently asked questions about Vincent van Gogh.
The Van Gogh Museum conducts research on Vincent van Gogh and the art of his time.
The new creative collection of Royal Talens x Van Gogh Museum is presented on Wednesday 28 April 2021. Find information, images and downloads for media publications.
2 July 2021 - The Van Gogh Museum has passed the milestone of 2 million Instagram followers!
Research: Paul Gauguin and Charles Laval spent a little over four months in Martinique in 1887: a relatively short, but extremely important period that influenced their work enormously. A second expert meeting was organised during the exhibition on this subject (autumn 2018).
What did Van Gogh's paintings look like shortly after he painted them? This has been researched in REVIGO. The results? Van Gogh's bright color use was originally even brighter.
Have fun colouring in your own version of Vincent van Gogh's painting The Harvest. Simply download and print the colouring page, and get to work!
Free printable Halloween colouring page of Vincent van Gogh's Head of a Skeleton.
A contemporary take on The Potato Eaters. Download the colouring page.
The completely new presentation of the permanent collection of the Van Gogh Museum focuses on the development of Vincent van Gogh.
Press release: From 20 May 2022, the Van Gogh Museum presents Colour as Language, a retrospective of work by artist Etel Adnan (1925-2021) alongside ten works by Vincent van Gogh.
Discover The Hague's hidden gem The Mesdag Collection. Home to the extraordinary collection of 19th-century art assembled by renowned seascape painter Hendrik Willem Mesdag and his wife Sientje Mesdag-van Houten.
Create a shoebox diorama from the Roulin family colouring page, featuring the entire family.
The final collection catalogue focuses on Van Gogh's paintings 1888-1890, and is scheduled for 2021.
The Van Gogh Museum conducts research on the life and work of Vincent van Gogh and the art of his time. Find out more about these research projects
What is Van Gogh at School? Find out more and take your lessons to the next level.
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Research: With the support of the Getty Paper Project, a seminar was organized on 9 January 2020 on the ‘Paysages et intérieurs’ print series (1897–99) by Edouard Vuillard – a highlight of this Nabi artist’s oeuvre.
This first-of-its-kind collaboration between British brand Floral Street and Van Gogh Museum is an opportunity for audiences from around the world to discover how Van Gogh’s passion for the natural world has inspired sustainable scent creations.
This presentation focuses on the print series Amour (1899), which consists of 13 colour lithographs with sophisticated colours and delicate, chalky lines.