Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of the landscape exhibition
October 21, 2016 - January 29, 2017
Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh exhibition
Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh exhibition: a unique exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum. Buy your ticket now and present it on your smartphone in the voucher lane.
From 21 October 2016 through 29 January 2017, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam will be showing the Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape exhibition. It explores Daubigny’s huge impact on Van Gogh and other Impressionist greats like Monet, Pissarro, and Sisley.
- It is the first time and a unique opportunity to see Daubigny’s role as the founder of Impressionism.
- Explore Daubigny as a big inspiration for Vincent van Gogh.
- Buy your tickets directly online.
The exhibition is about Charles-François Daubigny, who is lauded by his innovative drive and loved by collectors, critics and the public at large. For the first time, the museum highlights Daubigny’s role as the founder of Impressionism and a source of inspiration for van Gogh and other Impressionist painters from the 1860s and 70s.
Drawing landscapes was a very popular pastime in the 19th century. Van Gogh admired the work of the landscape painter Daubigny and considered him an innovator of the French art of painting. This is clearly visible in the moody landscape paintings of the Barbizon School as well as Van Gogh’s expressive farmer’s fields. You can also see a presentation of the best French landscape drawings in the Van Gogh Museum collection in the Print Room.
More Van Gogh
Discover more by Vincent van Gogh. The Kröller-Müller Museum in National Park De Hoge Veluwe also possesses an impressive Van Gogh collection. Or cycle through Van Gogh’s world and discover his roots in the province of Brabant. The bicycle route was elected European Cycling Route of the year 2016.
To discover nearby
After visiting the Van Gogh Museum, you naturally want to see more of Amsterdam. The adjoining Stedelijk Museum and Rijksmuseum Amsterdam are also located on Museumplein square. Visiting Anne Frank House or the Hermitage is also well worth your while.
Please note that the museum is less crowded in the morning.