Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) is one of the most popular artists ever. His drawings, paintings and lettres inspire the young and old. His work can be admired in several musea all over the world.
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam features the largest collection of original Van Gogh paintings. The Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo is his second home, with an extended collections of drawings from his early years. In ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Noordbrabants Museum tells the story of Vincent’s Brabant.
In ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Noordbrabants Museum tells us the story of Vincent’s Brabant. With a dozen original paintings and a permanent exhibition on the Brabant from Vincent's days, the museum's Van Gogh pavillion takes visitors back to his era and into his world. The musuem frequently features temporary exhibitions on aspects of Vincent's life and work.Het Noordbrabants Museum
Van Gogh expressed his thoughts and feelings not only in paintings, but also in lettres. Those letres offer give a unique insight into his inner world and his era. Some of the original lettres can be viewed at exhibitions worldwide. Furthermore, the contents of his lettres are published online for everyone to be studied. On vangoghletters.org they have been commented and indexed with key words in English, French and Dutch.Van Gogh lettres
There's still a lot to be discovered on Vincent's life and work. Numerous specialists all over the world study the famous painter.We have made a list of references for real Van Gogh enthusiasts.More about Van Gogh