On this page you will find a number of other sites on Van Gogh and 19th-century art collections. The Van Gogh Museum accepts no responsibility for the content of thesesites.
The website of De Mesdag Collectie, which is managed by the Van Gogh Museum. De Mesdag Collectie houses the exceptional collection of 19th-century art assembled by the celebrated marine painter Hendrik Willem Mesdag and his wife Sientje Mesdag-van Houten. The collection, which contains a host of masterpieces by the French Barbizon School and the Hague School, has been exhibited in the Mesdags’ delightful private museum since 1887. Adjacent to the museum is the Mesdags’ former home, which can now be hired for meetings and events.
The website of the Kröller-Müller Museum, which houses the second largest collection of works of art by Van Gogh. It also has information on opening hours, accessibility, entrance fees and temporary exhibitions.
The Vincentre shows the life and work of Vincent van Gogh in Nuenen, the location where he created The potato eaters.
An extensive site with a lot of visual material on virtually all of Van Gogh's paintings and drawings from collections all over the world. Created by a Van Gogh lover.
The official website of one of the most important European museums of the 19th century, the Musée d´Orsay in Paris.
Tourist office of Auvers-sur-Oise.
Official site of the Ravoux Inn (Auberge Ravoux) in Auvers-sur-Oise, the last home of Vincent van Gogh. The house of Van Gogh as it is now called, pays tribute to the artist and it maintains the same spirit and decor as van Gogh’s days.
The website of The National Gallery in London, a museum with an extensive collection of 19th-century art.
The website of Kisho Kurokawa, the architect of the Van Gogh Museum's exhibition wing, which was opened in 1999. It includes a great deal of information on his projects and his philosophy.
The website of Greiner Van Goor Huijten Architects BV, the bureau responsible for the renovation of the Van Gogh Museum and the building of a new office wing in 1998-99. The site contains photographs and drawings of the museum building.
The website of Sompo Japan Insurance Inc. (formerly The Yasuda Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Ltd.). This company, which owns a version of Van Gogh's Sunflowers, made possible the building of the Van Gogh Museum's Exhibition wing.