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Van Gogh Museum
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Monet spent four months in Zaandam , a small town in the Netherlands near Amsterdam. It was ‘all very amusing’, he wrote to his friend, the artist Camille Pissarro: ‘Houses in every colour, mills by the hundred and delightful boats, exceptionally friendly Hollanders who almost all speak French.

Discover more in the exhibition Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh.
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Van Gogh Museum
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Grains of sand have been found in the paint layers of Seascape near Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. So we can tell Van Gogh painted this sea view from the beach. Maybe the wind was blowing, or perhaps he dropped his brush onto the sand. #ArtOfTheWeek
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Van Gogh Museum
12/08/2016 at 15:31. Facebook
Van Gogh made 9 etchings of his Portrait of Dr. Gachet, which one do you like best?
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Van Gogh Museum
12/07/2016 at 16:49. Facebook
#FanArt Feel like walking around in Van Gogh's painting The Bedroom (1888)?
Thank you Sokolovsky Ruslan for sharing!
Van Gogh Museum
12/06/2016 at 15:00. Facebook
#VanGoghFacts This is a two-sided painting. Van Gogh sometimes used the back side of paintings to save money. In the museum you can find four works like this.
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Van Gogh Museum
12/05/2016 at 14:31. Facebook
The ‘modern novels’ and burning candle on the green seat cushion symbolize the character of the absent guest. Who is the absent guest? [ Bit.ly Link ]
Van Gogh Museum
12/04/2016 at 14:31. Facebook
According to the Nabis and other ‘Intimistes’, the task of the modern artist (and printmaker) was to express large truths through small subjects.
They shared with the poets, philosophers and dramatists of their time a fascination for capturing intimate moments from everyday life. #ParisianPrints
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Van Gogh Museum
12/03/2016 at 14:31. Facebook
Ever wondered what Van Gogh saw when he looked out the window? Well this was his view in Paris!
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#OnThisDay Georges Seurat was born! Van Gogh called Seurat ‘without any doubt ’ the leader of the young avant-garde
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#ArtOfTheWeek Couple Dancing (1885), Vincent Van Gogh.
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“[the countryside has] changed since Daubigny. But not changed in an unpleasant way (...) no factories, but beautiful greenery in abundance.”
- To Theo and Jo van Gogh-Bonger from Auvers, 25 May 1890
#Daubigny
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#VanGoghFacts Self-portrait as an artist is the last painting Van Gogh made in Paris. The city had exhausted him both mentally and physically. He went to Arles
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#VincentContemporaries This painting by Pissarro was probably seen by Van Gogh, his brother Theo sold it in 1887.
“What Pissarro says is true – the effects colours produce through their harmonies or discords should be boldly exaggerated”, he wrote to Theo in June 1888. [ Bit.ly Link ]
In 1901 the artist friends André Derain and Maurice De Vlaminck met their older colleague Henri Matisse in a Paris gallery full of paintings by Van Gogh.
All three were inspired by Vincent’s late style – that of sunny southern France, with larger than life colours and coarse brushstrokes. The exhibition featuring highlights from the Merzbacher Collection closes today. [ Bit.ly Link ]
#VincentStories Why was Daubigny one of Van Gogh’s great examples? Find out in the story: [ Bit.ly Link ]
This landscape was done during one of Vincent van Gogh’s periodic relapses when he stayed in the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Vincent could not go outside, so he had to come up with other subject matter, including several ‘reminiscences’ of his native Brabant region.
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#VincentContemporaries View Seen Through a Balcony is part of a series of Parisian townscapes that Gustave Caillebotte made in 1880 from the balcony of his apartment.
Caillebotte was inspired by Japanese prints just like Van Gogh. How can you see the Japanese influence?
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Fancy a cup of coffee?

#ArtOfTheWeek Old man drinking coffee, Van Gogh (1882)
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#VanGoghFacts Van Gogh prepared himself thoroughly for The potato eaters (1885) with various studies of peasants’ heads, hands and other elements he planned to include in the composition. This is one of his studies.
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I’ve found such splendid cottages that I now really must go bird’s nesting with a number of variations of these ‘people’s nests’, which remind me so much of the nests of wrens — that’s to say, paint them.
Vincent to Theo, 1885 [ Bit.ly Link ]
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