Here to Stay exhibition at Van Gogh museum with an online preview
The latest exhibition at the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam, called "Here to Stay" is ready for viewing with an online preview! It consists of works that have been acquired by the museum over the past decade
The museums remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but when restrictions are lifted and museums open again, visitors can attend this broad exploration of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries. For now, an online preview gives a good idea of what to expect. Once the museum is back open, the exhibition will remain until August 29.
A decade of remarkable acquisitions and their stories
A picture paints a thousand words, and art from Van Gogh's time is full of colourful backstories. Find out which artworks the Van Gogh museum acquired and why! There's so much storytelling involved, and you don't have to wait until the museum is back open to learn about these great artworks.
Many curators provide an insider's view into their profession and what keeps them busy. Questions about art museums that may have struck you are likely to be answered, such as why museums collect art, how it works and why they continue to do so.
Paintings by other artists associated with Van Gogh
The collection does not just consist of paintings and drawings by Van Gogh - there are also plenty of masterpieces by artists associated with the Dutch painter. His contemporaries, people who inspired Van Gogh and people who, in turn, were inspired by him.
Here you'll find work by eminent names such as Edvard Munch, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Claude Monet and Edgar Degas. There are also pieces by lesser-known artists such as Henri Guérard and Adolphe Appian.
Check out the online preview
The online preview of the "Here to Stay" exhibition is ready to view. Browse the Van Gogh museum website and get inspired. You can look forward to the days when you'll be able to buy tickets and attend in person.