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This painting is one of the few by Van Gogh that people can see up close at the moment, as the museums reopened! The self-portrait is currently on loan to the Centro Culturale San Gaetano. The Van Gogh Museum will hopefully be open again when the painting returns. We can’t wait! https://t.co/MxJhDy1SA3
Do you think that Lazarus resembles Vincent van Gogh? In this painting, Vincent focused on human suffering; he left out the figure of Christ from the story. Van Gogh probably identified with Lazarus in the tomb, which would explain why he gave the figure a red beard. https://t.co/aN6ln2uL83
This painting shows Van Gogh’s Yellow House. With the steam train down the road and the people on the street, it must have been a noisy part of town. Can you imagine the urban sounds that would have surrounded Vincent while he was painting? https://t.co/ETVUCtVHds
Today is the start of Women’s History Month! And as we say ‘Behind every great man is a great woman’. But does this apply to Vincent van Gogh?Join our mailing list and you’ll receive our new story in your inbox this week https://t.co/eBxQuNg73b #womenshistorymonth #womeninhistory https://t.co/YCBgdtLXE2
Vincent van Gogh, beroemd, bewonderd en bemind. Wat is het geheim achter zijn wereldfaam? Vanmiddag 15:30 op Clubhouse! Haak aan bij Onderzoeker Bregje en Beeldbreker Firoza om een van de beroemdste Nederlandse kunstenaars ter wereld te bespreken: https://t.co/W7wGyxhKhR
What colour wall would you place The Potato Eaters on? The colour of the wall on which a painting is presented can have a dramatic effect on the artwork’s colours. The background can enhance or illuminate the work, or even make it fade into its surroundings. https://t.co/TVAW4IczPE
When Van Gogh travelled to Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. He had never seen the Mediterranean Sea before. He had to travel for hours in a coach to get there. But after the trip, he was greeted by the Mediterranean. Can you feel the fresh sea air when you look at this painting? https://t.co/9PIehZhj6X
When Vincent was starting out as an artist, he often copied pictures of works by other artists. It’s easy to see that Vincent still lacked experience when he made this drawing. See how the sower has thrown his seeds backwards? In Millet’s painting, those were not seeds, but birds https://t.co/dTVAyBfesX
Look deep into Camille’s eyes! 👁️ By looking at his eyes, can you see which of these two versions Van Gogh painted with the model present, and which he painted afterwards in his studio? Tip: which eyes sparkle more? 🌻 Portrait of Camille Roulin @philamuseum & Van Gogh Museum https://t.co/8MZqBbZeTw
In 1884, Van Gogh painted the Reformed Church in Nuenen, where his father was a minister. Vincent had moved back in with his parents for a while, and painted the church to cheer his mother up. She was confined to bed after breaking her leg. https://t.co/DtJu2X4bB8