People throughout the world recognize Vincent van Gogh - the man with the red beard and intense expression. Our image of the artist has been primarily shaped by his self-portraits.
In the 19th century painters made self portraits to practice, experiment, or to set out their identity. They also made portraits of one other, often as a token of friendship.
The spring exhibition In the Picture tells stories about identity and image, in 75 portraits.
Museum Visit & Coronavirus