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Nu te koop: de Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum collectie! 21 kunstzinnige ontwerpen met prints van tekeningen, schilderijen en citaten van Van Gogh. Limited edition, dus wees er snel bij! #dailypaperxvangoghmuseum
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Onze deuren zijn helaas nog gesloten, maar online kun je ook van alles ontdekken! Ontrafel Van Gogh in detail.
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Just in: the new Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum collection! 21 items featuring contemporary Daily Paper designs with prints of Van Gogh’s drawings, paintings and quotes. Limited edition, so be quick! #dailypaperxvangoghmuseum
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📝 ‘Not a mortal soul used to buy Vincents; now they’re falling over themselves to get a Van Gogh. Why Because someone who recognizes Vincent’s beauty happens to lead the herd’, wrote art dealer Albert Plasschaert. After Van Gogh’s death in 1890, appreciation of his work gradually began to grow in the Netherlands. Helene Kröller-Muller built up the second largest collection of work by Vincent van Gogh. Those works are now on display at the Kröller-Müller Museum. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Landscape with wheat sheaves and rising moon (1889) collection Kröller-Müller Museum.
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Headline: 📝 ‘Not a mortal soul used to buy Vincents; now they’re falling over themselves to get a Van Gogh. Why? Because someone who recognizes Vincent’s beauty happens to lead the herd’, wrote art dealer Albert Plasschaert. After Van Gogh’s death in 1890, appreciation of his work gradually began to grow in the Netherlands. Helene Kröller-Muller built up the second largest collection of work by Vincent van Gogh. Those works are now on display at the Kröller-Müller Museum. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Landscape with wheat sheaves and rising moon (1889) collection Kröller-Müller Museum.
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Dirty old shoes. Objects that had been ‘drubbed by life’. Only then did Vincent think it was worth painting. What makes something interesting enough for you to want to paint it 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Shoes (1886)
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Headline: Dirty old shoes. Objects that had been ‘drubbed by life’. Only then did Vincent think it was worth painting. What makes something interesting enough for you to want to paint it? 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Shoes (1886)
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#vangoghinspires! Ildikó was inspired by the bright blue tints of irises, just like Vincent! She painted this colourful work. Are you also inspired by Vincent’s flower paintings Share your creations in our Van Gogh Inspires Group. #coloursofspring Ildikó Szabó, Bluebird of Happyness
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When Jo was 28 years old, she lost the love of her life. Her husband Theo van Gogh died, leaving Jo with their baby son and an apartment filled with his brother Vincent’s artworks. In the years that followed, Vincent van Gogh became world famous. Discover this inspirational woman’s role in his rise to fame: http://vangogh.nl/mvXa50yOWs6 #museumathome
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Hoor meer, zie meer! Nieuwe rondleidingen langs Van Goghs mooiste brieven.
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“Het is eigenlijk een soort van Twitteraccount wat je leest.” Schrijver Abdelkader Benali over een brief die Vincent van Gogh schreef in 1888.
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Caption this. We’ll kick off: ‘Me and my gang in a bar at 3 am, watching our friend kissing someone’. 😍 🔍 Van Gogh had a large collection of illustrations, which he cut out of magazines and newspapers. Like this print from the English illustrated newspaper The Graphic. He collected all sorts of images: of war, of couples in love, and of scenes like this. He liked distinctive heads, like we see in this print. 🌻 Karl Gussow, ‘The Spectators’, from the illustrated newspaper The Graphic (1874)
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Headline: Caption this. We’ll kick off: ‘Me and my gang in a bar at 3 am, watching our friend kissing someone’. 😍 🔍 Van Gogh had a large collection of illustrations, which he cut out of magazines and newspapers. Like this print from the English illustrated newspaper The Graphic. He collected all sorts of images: of war, of couples in love, and of scenes like this. He liked distinctive heads, like we see in this print. 🌻 Karl Gussow, ‘The Spectators’, from the illustrated newspaper The Graphic (1874)
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À la fin de sa vie, Vincent avait-il perdu l’ambition de faire de l’art Après son admission à l’asile de Saint-Rémy, il méditait de plus en plus souvent sur la mort. Il craignait également que les attaques reviennent. Dans les derniers tableaux qu’il a peints des champs de blé près d’Auvers-sur-Oise, il voulait exprimer « la tristesse et l’extrême solitude ». Mais ils ne sont pas seulement l’expression d’un désespoir. Peu avant sa mort, Vincent écrit à son frère Theo et à sa belle-sœur Jo : « puisque je croirais presque que ces toiles vous diront ce que je ne sais dire en paroles, ce que je vois de sain et de fortifiant dans la campagne. » Jusqu’à la fin de sa vie, Vincent a continué de prendre le pinceau et de trouver un immense réconfort dans le spectacle de la nature. Vincent van Gogh, Champ de blé sous un ciel orageux, (1890) #ambitionsartistiques
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Headline: Did Vincent lose the ambition to make art towards the end of his life? After being admitted to the asylum in Saint-Rémy, Vincent writes more often about death in his letters. He is also afraid that the attacks of his illness may return. In the final paintings that he made of the wheatfields near Auvers, he wanted to express ‘sadness, extreme loneliness’. And yet not everything about these landscapes was negative. Shortly before his death, Vincent wrote to his brother Theo and his sister-in-law Jo: ‘I'd almost believe that these canvases will tell you what I can't say in words, what I consider healthy and fortifying about the countryside’. At the end of his life, Vincent still reached for his brushes and like always, found comfort in nature. Vincent van Gogh, Wheatfield under Thunderclouds, (1890) #artistambitions #museumathome
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