The National Museum of Singapore presents Dreams & Reality: Masterpieces of Painting, Drawing & Photography from the Musée d'Orsay, Paris, an exhibition focused on mid-19th century to early 20th century French art
Organized by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Van Gogh up close is a traveling exhibition that features more than 70 works including 46 paintings by the Post-Impressionist artist. The show focuses on radical still lifes and landscapes that challenged tradition.
Summer at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen (Denmark) offers visitors world-famous classics of art. Friday 15th June sees the opening of a new display of the Glyptotek’s collection of French painting, which contains Northern Europe’s finest Impressionist collection.
The first exhibition ever to be devoted to Symbolist Landscape will be the highlight of the Festival programme at the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh this summer. Van Gogh to Kandinsky: Symbolist Landscape in Europe 1880-1910 will bring together some 70 outstanding landscapes by 54 artists of the avant-garde.
Did you know that Van Gogh, during the last three months of his life, produced up to 500 works? The death of the master, on July 29, 1890 is still a mystery: against the suicide theory, the best known, in 2011 came the thesis that Van Gogh was killed by accidental firing caused by two boys playing with a gun.
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