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Vincent van Gogh: 'You know I’ve always thought it ridiculous for painters to live alone. You always lose when you’re isolated.' in Arles in 1888
The Harvest, Vincent van Gogh (1888)
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Vincent van Gogh You know Ive always thought it ridiculous for painters
Karin Thompson
Eleanor Tylbor
Asta Brusin
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05/21/2017 at 11:39. Facebook
Happy Sunday!
A Sunday in Eindhoven, Vincent van Gogh (1885)
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A Sunday in Eindhoven Vincent van Gogh 1885
Nancy Libbey
Fred Lifsitz
Jenny Zwart
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Van Gogh Museum
05/20/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
'I really think that I’ll stay friends with him and that I’ll do his portrait. Then he tells me that I must work a great deal, boldly, and not think at all about what I’ve had.' Vincent van Gogh about Dr. Gachet #OnThisDay in 1890
Portrait of Dr Gachet (1890) [ Ow.ly Link ]
I really think that Ill stay friends with him and that Ill
Natalia Dosantos
Sara Heijkoop
Christiane Shertz
Van Gogh Museum
Van Gogh Museum
05/19/2017 at 13:25. Facebook
#VanGoghInspires LEE, KyuHak

Thank you for sharing your art inspired by Van Gogh's Courtesan (1887)!
VanGoghInspires LEE KyuHak Thank you for sharing your art inspired by Van
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Frank Stossel
Yaeko Tsuboi
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Van Gogh Museum
05/18/2017 at 13:13. Facebook
Vincent: 'It does NOT look Japanese, and it's actually the most Japanese thing that I've done.' He wrote this to his artist-friend Émile Bernard.

La Crau Seen from Montmajour, Vincent van Gogh (1888) #IMD2017 #MuseumDay
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Vincent It does NOT look Japanese and its actually the most Japanese
Aryeh Kahn
Michael Donahue
Brenda de Kort
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Van Gogh Museum
05/17/2017 at 15:09. Facebook
#ArtOfTheWeek Exterior of a Restaurant in Asnières, Vincent van Gogh (May 1887) ow.ly/ZMTA30bO1YU
ArtOfTheWeek Exterior of a Restaurant in Asnières Vincent van Gogh May 1887
Christel Strebus
Victoria Congson
Kim Cooper
Van Gogh collected original prints, like this one. He dreamed of making prints, simple and affordable artworks, to offer beauty and consolation to a big audience. Sadly, he never went beyond a few graphic experiments.

Enjoy our unique print collection in the exhibition Prints in Paris 1900: [ Bit.ly Link ] and in our online collection: [ Bit.ly Link ]. #PrintsinParis
Little Typewriters...
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Van Gogh collected original prints like this one He dreamed of making
Toby Hansen
Isabelle van Poelgeest
Judith Copithorne
Van Gogh was always trying out different ways of painting. This landscape shows a large variety of brushstrokes. Can you spot the different types?

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Van Gogh was always trying out different ways of painting This landscape
Pieter Voogt
Carolyn Etienne
Deborah Smalley Emery
Like mother, like son? Vincent's mother was a pretty good draughtswoman and taught her children how to draw. Some of Vincent’s early drawings still remain. Happy Mother's Day!
Share the drawings of your children in the comments below!
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Like mother like son Vincents mother was a pretty good draughtswoman and
Micki Webb
Peter van Gaalen
Mia Feigelson
Party time? Van Gogh’s good friend Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was the ultimate bohemian who captured the atmosphere of Parisian night life.

Get a glimpse of Lautrec's Paris in our exhibition ‘Prints in Paris 1900’ [ Bit.ly Link ] and in our online collection: [ Bit.ly Link ]. #PrintsinParis

The Female Clown at the Moulin rouge (1897), Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Party time Van Goghs good friend Henri de ToulouseLautrec was the ultimate
Nguyễn Minh Hằng
Ronnie Lauxen
Cristina Kirkby
#VanGoghFacts During the last two months of Vincent's life in Auvers-sur-Oise, he completed a painting every day.

Vase of Flowers, Vincent van Gogh (1890): [ Ow.ly Link ]
VanGoghFacts During the last two months of Vincents life in AuverssurOise he
Corbyn Rhodes
Inci Emiroglu Birdal
Rick Neate
How does #PrintsinParis inspire today’s artists? Discover their prints at ‘Recourse 1900’: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Arley Woodty
Rik Koster
Sacha Verheij
Vincent: 'There are the pink orchard and the horizontal white orchard and the bridge, which, if we keep them, I think could go up in value later, [..] would compensate us in a way for the fact that we’ve had too little luck in the past.'

The Langlois Bridge (1888), The White Orchard (1888), The Pink Orchard (1888).
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Vincent There are the pink orchard and the horizontal white orchard and
Hubert De Paepe
Gisela Selva Rosalez
Brenda Beggs
This painting of Van Gogh with a vase of sunflowers by Gauguin is imaginary. Gauguin cannot have seen his friend Van Gogh at work like this because the portrait was done in December, when there were no sunflowers to paint. #VanGoghFacts #VanGoghContemporaries

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This painting of Van Gogh with a vase of sunflowers by Gauguin
Gabriel Plaza Buitrago
Eileen Burns
Gabi Landi
A #VanGoghSky! Who wouldn't want that?
Cypresses and Two Women, Vincent van Gogh (1890)
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A VanGoghSky Who wouldnt want that Cypresses and Two Women Vincent van
Daniela Cassese
Sara Arcodia
Yesim Barlas
Take a look at this Van Gogh inspired jacket by Artfully Awear! Would you like to wear it?

Share your Van Gogh inspiration with us using #VanGoghInspires
Mire Arellano Contreras
Kendra Lang
Anita Małek
Our #PrintsinParis exhibition through the eyes of some of Holland's finest Instagrammers. View more at
Our PrintsinParis exhibition through the eyes of some of Hollands finest Instagrammers
Lance Lafferty
Richard Steenvoorden Photography
Ayfer Inara Er
Vincent: 'Just seek light and freedom and don’t delve too deeply into the mire of the world.'
Today is Liberation Day in the Netherlands!
Irises (1890)
Vincent Just seek light and freedom and dont delve too deeply into
Frank Branchini
Lorraine Davis
Christian M. Choi
Van Gogh during the war. In 1939 14 masterpieces of Van Gogh were forced to stay in San Francisco because of the war. To make a virtue of necessity, they became a traveling exhibition in the USA and a symbol of freedom. A silent witness is Daubigny's Garden. At the back of the paintings you can see the stamps of all the places it traveled during the war. Today, May Fourth, it is Commemoration...
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Van Gogh during the war In 1939 14 masterpieces of Van Gogh
Judy Novak Kelly
Donna Goodwin
Peter Steenhuis
#VanGoghFacts Van Gogh himself called this painting ‘The Street’, in stead of what we call it today 'The Yellow House'.
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VanGoghFacts Van Gogh himself called this painting The Street in stead of
Dian Montgomerie Elvin
Sara Arcodia
Mark Lombardi