In 2020, Finland will host an exhibition of works by the celebrated master artist Vincent van Gogh. The event will become reality after years of waiting to sign the contract to borrow them. The place of the exhibition is Didrichsen Museum in the Finnish capital, Helsinki.
It was written by Vincent van Gogh a few months before his death, aged 37, during his time as a patient at a small asylum on the outskirts of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence where he painted some of his most vivid and celebrated works.
There’s more to Vincent Van Gogh’s body of work than buttery sunflowers, Technicolor landscapes and piercing self-portraits. His complete arch as an artist, short as it was, can be seen through June 27 during a landmark exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
The yellow petals and stems of Vincent van Gogh's January 1889 version of 'Sunflowers' in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam are microscopically wilting, said researchers at the University of Antwerp in Belgium and the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands.
After more than half a century, a genuine Van Gogh painting can once again be seen in Zundert. The Vincent van GoghHuis is exhibiting 'The New Church' and old houses in The Hague (1883) from December 21, 2016 to January 29, 2017. The work, which has a special Christmas message, has been loaned by the Albricht Art Gallery in Oosterbeek.
The exhibition 'Van Gogh. Man and the Earth', currently underway in the Palazzo Reale in Milan from October 18, 2014 to March 8, 2015, explores the celebrated Dutch artist's profound relationship with nature and the earth.