Van Gogh Museum


Van Gogh Museum

The largest collection of Van Gogh’s in the world, including the Sunflowers and Potato-eaters, tell the story of Vincent Van Gogh and how he changed art history. The Van Gogh Museum is a must for everyone.

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Vincent van Gogh was a 19th century Dutch post-impressionist painter. His works were of great influence on 20th century art. During his life he was little appreciated. He only sold one work of art. Today the Van Gogh Museum attracts around 1,5 million visitors a year.

Works and Life of Vincent van Gogh

No other place in the world has so many paintings of Vincent van Gogh under one roof. The collection consists of more than 200 canvases, 500 drawings and 750 written documents. Together these provide a fantastic insight into his life and work.

Absolute masterpieces of the Van Gogh Museum are:

  • Van Gogh’s self-portraits,
  • The Sunflowers,
  • The Potato-eaters, 
  • The Bedroom in Arles.

Apart from the works of Vincent van Gogh, the museum has a collection concerning Van Gogh’s history and works from artists he befriended or influenced. 

Van Gogh in Amsterdam

Let Van Gogh overwhelm you with his amazing works and find out how he influenced the art history. Take into account that the museum is less crowded in the morning. You can easily combine a visit with the nearby Rijksmuseum.

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Museumplein 6
1071DJ Amsterdam


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