Numerous sponsors, partners and benefactors have contributed generously in recent years to keep Vincent van Gogh’s legacy alive.
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The Van Gogh Museum receives an annual subsidy from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
Partners and benefactors
Our partners and benefactors are:
BankGiro Loterij is the leading Dutch cultural lottery. It supports good causes in the field of culture and the conservation of cultural heritage in the Netherlands. Since 1998, the lottery has contributed a substantial amount each year for the purchase of new works for our collection. BankGiro Loterij is also helping to fund the construction of our new entrance building.
Van Lanschot Bankiers has been collecting art since it was established in 1737. The foundations of Van Lanschot’s collection were laid down somewhat later, in the nineteenth century, with purchases made by Godfried van Lanschot and his wife. They were passionate art lovers and their acquisitions account for a significant part of the collection.
The Netherlands itself is the lynchpin of the collection, making it an important and prominent part of Dutch cultural heritage. It is on this that the collaboration is based.
Van Lanschot is supporting the construction of the new entrance and so contributing to increasing the accessibility of Vincent van Gogh’s legacy and that of his contemporaries.
High-tech company ASML entered into a long-term partnership with the Van Gogh Museum, in which state-of-the-art technology and Van Gogh’s search for colour and light will play the lead role.
‘Born and bred in Brabant, Vincent van Gogh was a rebel and a trailblazer’, says Peter Wennink, CEO and President of ASML. ‘He was inspired by light and it was key to his work, as it is to ours. This partnership provides us with the opportunity to help to preserve the heritage of Van Gogh in Amsterdam, and through this heritage, to share our expertise on light with a broad audience’.
Takii Seed, is the breeder of Sunflower F1 “Sunrich Orange”, the world’s leading cut Sunflower variety. Recognized world-wide as a supplier of quality cut flower Sunflowers, the Van Gogh Museum approached Takii Seed for the Sunflower maze project. Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers paintings are among his most celebrated, and Takii Seed is well known for its Sunflowers so the project provided a perfect opportunity to work together.
Jean-François van Boxmeer, Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO of Heineken:
‘As a partner of the Van Gogh Museum we support the unique cultural heritage of Amsterdam, the home of our namesake beer. We are very proud to associate our company and our brand with a museum that has become an international destination in its own right.’ #
Dümmen Orange, as a world leading developer of flowers and plants, feels a strong connection to the art of Van Gogh and the core values of the Van Gogh Museum. Our flowers and plants speak to the best of our human nature – beauty, joy, love, life, art – empowering us to connect, communicate and share every day. They paint a living canvas across the world.
Dümmen Orange supports spreading the joy and inspiration Van Gogh’s art brings to the world, with a direct link to their mission; with deep-rooted commitment to our people, our values and our unsurpassed passion for excellence, Dümmen Orange is uniting the world through the language of flowers.
The sponsorship offered by the car manufacturer Hyundai will facilitate the production of three important Korean translations: of the museum map, the multimedia tour and of visitor information on the corporate museum website. Last year, the museum welcomed a growing number of Korean visitors. The partnership with the Van Gogh Museum will allow Hyundai to further strengthen their brand awareness in the Netherlands and beyond.
Commenting on the partnership, Axel Rüger (Director of the Van Gogh Museum) said: ‘We share a common passion for the work and life of Van Gogh, the world’s most famous Dutch artist. That forms exceedingly strong foundations. Our new partner also recognises the vital importance of sustainability, as does the Van Gogh Museum’.
KLM greatly values its relationship with the Van Gogh Museum, and is keen to contribute to cultivating the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh at this magnificent museum, as well as to the innovative course set by the museum’s Directors. KLM is naturally delighted to fly international visitors to Amsterdam for their personal encounter with Vincent.
With our company policy “To bequeath cultural heritages to the future.”, Takiya has been creating wide range of interior and architectural hardware ideally for museums and galleries worldwide. Our products are produced focusing on safety, functionality and smart design. As a partner of the Van Gogh Museum, we provide hardware to display firmly precious paintings of the Van Gogh Museum and The Mesdag Collection, and are very proud to be a partner and support the great collections with our products.
Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Inc. ("SJNK") is the largest Non-Life insurance company in Japan, with a history stretching back to 1888. SJNK has been serving clients in Europe for over 50 years since it first set up a representative office in London in 1955.
The new entrance hall, by Kisho Kurokawa Architect & Associates, was made possible by the support of Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Inc.