Van Gogh Museum 15.06.2017 13:15

Van Gogh was enthusiastic about the colours of the Mediterranean Sea: ‘..has a colour like mackerel, in other words, changing – you don’t always know …

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Van Gogh Museum 09.06.2017 11:55

#VanGoghContemporaries Claude Monet, Tulip Fields near The Hague (1886).
Van Gogh was deeply impressed by the fluid brushwork and bright colours of Monet. http://ow.ly/Lvsy30c9lCZ

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Van Gogh Museum 18.06.2017 12:45

Vincent and his contemporaries called artworks in the Japanese style japonaiseries. This print of a bridge in the rain is a good example. #VanGoghJapa…

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Van Gogh Museum 17.06.2017 15:35

Farmhouses continued to fascinate Van Gogh. Four years later, in France, he returned to drawing and painting old houses. By that time, he used bright …

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Van Gogh Museum 24.06.2017 12:45

The boats are painted in an overly two-dimensional way, compared to the irregular surface of the sandy beach. They're made up of areas of uniform …

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Van Gogh Museum 11.06.2017 14:05

Van Gogh’s intention was not to portray himself as realistically as possible, for him this was a way of practising portrait painting. Self-Portrait, V…

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Van Gogh Museum 29.05.2017 09:50

#VanGoghFacts This vase has been preserved and is now on view at the Van Gogh Museum. It is smaller in reality than in the painting. This large bouque…

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Van Gogh Museum 20.06.2017 13:00

Van Gogh discovered that he could use colours to express an emotion. He intensified the emotional charge of his works by combining colours to create h…

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Van Gogh Museum 08.06.2017 13:40

Van Gogh expressed 'sadness, extreme loneliness' in these landscapes. What do you feel when looking at this landscape and #VanGoghSky?
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Van Gogh Museum 30.05.2017 13:35

‘No matter what people say; we painters work better in the country, everything there speaks more clearly, everything holds firm, everything explains i…

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Van Gogh Museum 21.06.2017 13:10

“'I've had a week of concentrated hard work in the wheatfields right out in the sun,'’ Vincent wrote to his brother Theo #OnThisDay in 188…

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Van Gogh Museum 31.05.2017 13:50

‘You must persevere – you must go onward – as I must, too – we’re going through the same ordeal in many respects.' Wrote Vincent to his brother Th…

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Van Gogh Museum 03.06.2017 12:05

#VanGoghUpClose You can almost touch the paint.

Flame Nettle in a Flowerpot, Vincent van Gogh (June 1886): http://ow.ly/zYu930c7wQK http://ow.ly/i/vgszP

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Van Gogh Museum 02.06.2017 13:10

Marked by life… Van Gogh always liked to paint people that bore the marks of a hard life. An Old Woman of Arles (1888) is a good example of that. #VanGoghFacts http://ow.ly/j94B30c7x1H

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Saatchi Gallery 06.06.2017 07:12

Gustave Caillebotte painted his overcast, oil on canvas 'Paris, a Rainy Day' in 1877.

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Van Gogh Museum 10.06.2017 13:20

The olive groves around Saint-Rémy were a rewarding subject for Van Gogh. He was fascinated by the ever-changing colour of the olive trees.
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Van Gogh Museum 05.06.2017 11:35

Van Gogh painted this city scene on the back of the painting Head of a Woman, which he had made earlier in Nuenen. This was a way of saving expensive …

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Saatchi Gallery 20.06.2017 16:06

Leon Bonnat was born in Bayonne, France on this day in 1833! His nude painting 'Idylle' of 1890 exudes the academic polish that made his name as an artist.

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Van Gogh Museum 16.06.2017 15:20

#VanGoghContemporaries Van Gogh asked whether Bernard and Gauguin would like to paint each other’s portrait in exchange for work by him. The two artis…

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Van Gogh Museum 04.06.2017 11:35

Theo, Vincent’s brother: 'The latest drawings look like they've been done in a fury.' With this he meant, among other things, this drawing…

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Van Gogh Museum 22.06.2017 13:15

Not just a church.. Vincent explained to his brother Theo that he wanted this painting to express the fleeting nature of religion by the broken-down c…

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Saatchi Gallery 31.05.2017 07:12

The fantastic Venetian colourist and Mannerist Jacopo Tintoretto died on this day 1594. We're celebrating the robust palettes he introduced to art…

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Van Gogh Museum 06.06.2017 10:05

Séparation .. It is almost time to say goodbye to Prints in Paris. Don't miss out, you have until June 11th!
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Saatchi Gallery 14.06.2017 07:12

Check out Christo and Jeanne-Claude's 'Wrapped Coast.' The pair covered 1 million sq. feet of terrain in fabric near Australia's Little Bay in 1968.

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Van Gogh Museum 23.06.2017 11:25

#OnThisDay it is 77 years ago Hermann-Paul passed away. Find his prints on our website: http://ow.ly/xMCu30cJSWI Poster for the 17th or 18th Exhibitio…

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Saatchi Gallery 12.06.2017 07:12

Alex Katz turned out his zoomed-in, extra-saturated, oil on canvas 'Red Coat' in 1982.

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Saatchi Gallery 22.06.2017 07:12

Check out the heightened anxiety and charging motion of 'Three Women and Three Wolves', an undated mythological painting by French-Swiss artist Eugène Grasset.

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Saatchi Gallery 15.06.2017 07:12

French Baroque painter Nicolas Poussin was born on this day in 1594! Enjoy his dreamy Classicist scene 'The Inspiration of the Poet', painted in 1630.

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Saatchi Gallery 03.06.2017 11:08

Raoul Dufy was born in Le Havre, France on this day in 1877! His supercharged Fauvist style is wonderfully represented in his patriotic and allegorical 'Electricity' of 1937.

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Saatchi Gallery 01.06.2017 07:12

Lucian Freud toiled over his painterly vision of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II between 2000 and 2001.

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