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Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam houses the world’s largest Van Gogh collection.

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Through another lens. Chapter II from our collaboration with @vangoghmuseum - launching soon. https://t.co/bP2X6yW0sD
Retweeted by Van Gogh MuseumDid Van Gogh commit suicide? Senior Researcher Teio Meedendorp tells us more about Vincent's last days in Auvers-su… https://t.co/v9uEhLiXrs
9/23
2020
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec drew this sex worker at a prison. She is writing to her pimp to tell him that she will no… https://t.co/0o3bGleTlYFlowergram Sunflower edition. We’re partnering with @BloomonNL to present the Flowergram Sunflower edition: an orig… https://t.co/CWOtOnkjuk
9/22
2020
A Van Gogh in the making! For a school assignment, Meadow (9) was asked to choose a painting and make her own fun v… https://t.co/0IhJeenbkl
9/21
2020
What's your favourite painting in our museum? Also The Potato Eaters, just like Laura? #VanGoghMuseumVisitorStories https://t.co/NQM6v0Wy3o
9/20
2020
At first sight, this painting appears to be a jumble of bright colours and strange abstract forms. But after recent… https://t.co/U2UV4scLMb
9/19
2020
📰 ‘Last Sunday, at half past eleven in the evening, one Vincent van Gogh, a painter and native of Holland, presente… https://t.co/Vhcoy9GBgn
9/18
2020
Why Did Theo Die So Soon after Vincent? #VanGoghMythBusters Read the answer on our brand-new website:… https://t.co/NuazRygNKN
9/17
2020
This year we're joining #AskACuratorDay on Instagram stories. Hope over to our Instagram account and ask your questions to our curator Bram!A Lego stop motion! #VanGoghInspires Song: Vincent©, Don McLean,1971. United Artists Records. Produced by Ed Freema… https://t.co/bDZqK6mCoY
9/16
2020
A dangerous woman, who deliberately used her charms to seduce men before destroying them. Do you think they are sti… https://t.co/cVbGttZXKvWe zijn genomineerd voor Website van het jaar! 🤩 Help jij ons, @q42 en @DeptAgency winnen? Stem via… https://t.co/evVB5fV2Lq
9/15
2020
Happy 125th Birthday, @Stedelijk! 🎉 Sharing Dutch heritage for 125 years together with us on museum square… https://t.co/JLJrYMbkCP @shantanu_atul @figmadesign Thanks for sharing! :)
9/14
2020
Surprises during a visit to the Van Gogh Museum. Did you know Vincent lived in France for a long time? 🇫🇷… https://t.co/Pg4TrULkSy
9/13
2020
Van Gogh as a student? Lots of people think that Vincent had no training at all before starting painting. But he di… https://t.co/YVIVQFd17v
9/12
2020
Was Vincent van Gogh poor? Check out the video: https://t.co/FGkPnWKLOL #VanGoghMythBusters https://t.co/B2OpD4otW1
9/11
2020
Our paintings often travel to other museums. When lots of borders closed following the coronavirus outbreak, many p… https://t.co/HjaL76fjXi
9/10
2020
Were you right? You’ll certainly find lots of paintings by Vincent at our museum. We’ve got no less than 210 in our… https://t.co/IkgQup21IH @AndrewJ14651637 @AndrewJ14651637 Great to hear Andrew! @njpart @njpart Good questions! The largest painting found in Van Gogh’s oeuvre is a landscape Water-Mill at Gennep… https://t.co/LubbGWnd8uTrue or false? You can only see paintings by Vincent van Gogh at our museum. #VanGoghMythBusters https://t.co/THEHDzcFSf
9/9
2020
‘My name is Suwit Avirut and I made a 3D model of the Starry Night. It is a prototype based on simulated brushwork… https://t.co/Ui13kGwLNK
9/8
2020
Did you know that he made three versions of The Bedroom? If he found a subject he liked, he often painted a number… https://t.co/SMX6536hH8
9/7
2020
‘My image of Van Gogh basically was a crazy guy who cut off his ear.’ Abdil learned a lot during his museum visit.… https://t.co/WpXJKPtNqa
9/6
2020
‘Contested Self-Portrait in the Nasjonalmuseet is a Van Gogh’ was the title of our press release last January. But… https://t.co/17j9RSMha1
9/5
2020
📝 ‘If we want, ourselves, to get a hard-on for our work, we must sometimes resign ourselves to fucking only a littl… https://t.co/EiehLp73kF
9/4
2020
CSI Van Gogh? 🔬 In 2016, 2 stolen paintings were discovered and returned to us, but unfortunately with some damage.… https://t.co/HhliaQNtzL
9/3
2020
Congratulations to @NoordbrabantsM with their new acquisition! Before the museum bought ‘Head of a Woman’, it asked… https://t.co/TWDkacGNck @NoordbrabantsM Van harte gefeliciteerd! 🌻💛#VanGoghInspires Daniëlle Komies. Just like Vincent, she took up position in the middle of the wheatfields. Not wit… https://t.co/v1c7p3DXQa
9/2
2020
📝‘I well knew that one could break one’s arms and legs before, and that then afterwards that could get better but I… https://t.co/RR7TuOzy49
9/1
2020
📝 ‘You must in any case go to the museum often’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1873. How long has it been si… https://t.co/ivASzzT7Hc @StrangeTryp @ThyagoFel1x @StrangeTryp @ThyagoFel1x did you know we have a feature on our website where you can see… https://t.co/B30T0elkLa
8/31
2020
Van Gogh preferred painting outdoors. But in this case, he painted a view of Paris from his window. He was living w… https://t.co/5F1rsv19XC
8/30
2020
#Caturday Van Gogh style! 🐱🌻 We couldn’t resist cute Horatio. #VanGoghInspires Lisa Shaffer (Horatio’s owner), than… https://t.co/W4TGb8ViOz
8/29
2020
A perfect combination? https://t.co/OPC8k0TLst https://t.co/zdaDn27xia
8/28
2020
Morisot is one of the most important representatives of Impressionism. Van Gogh was impressed by her: 📝 ‘There are… https://t.co/JcCLEZWLwZ
8/27
2020
You can find the largest collection of Vincent’s works in one place at our museum. Nowhere else can you come closer… https://t.co/nTpaRgz8tb @antoine8matos See your inbox :)! ^Rose
8/26
2020
How a bunch of grapes became art? Van Gogh looked all around for subjects. And perhaps he found this particular sub… https://t.co/bzrLzZaXIV
8/25
2020
It’s the final week of our exhibition In the Picture! In the Picture uses 75 portraits of and by artists to introdu… https://t.co/PPWpOOO58JVan Gogh travelled to Paris to see the latest avant-garde art in galleries and at exhibitions. And there were many… https://t.co/BIppifBzqS
8/24
2020
'My wife and I have always loved Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. This is my version. I have always admired Vincent’s sense o… https://t.co/KtI45G2SFN
8/23
2020
Lots of Parisians spent their Sundays on the water in Asnières. Vincent also liked it there, away from the city. By… https://t.co/66EkY0oXki
8/22
2020
Van Gogh learned to study the details of nature from Japanese artists. A painter there ‘studies a single blade of g… https://t.co/n6IlY8ccr1Korenveld met kraaien (collectie @vangoghmuseum) inspireerde Ria Mol tot het fotograferen van dit panorama in Ette… https://t.co/tPVf8zOQLV
Retweeted by Van Gogh MuseumStarry Night by #vincentvangogh recreated by Primary 5 @_vincentvangogh @vangoghmuseum @rijksmuseum https://t.co/iMnGEBG0xT
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8/21
2020
An ambitious statement about himself as an artist, that is what Van Gogh made. Why? He presents himself as a painte… https://t.co/3Nx97wsN2DHow often do you think you have come across a chestnut tree without really seeing it? Having an eye for – and being… https://t.co/C7U8LadeWKWe are very delighted with the support of @AmericanExpress as our new sponsor! American Express and the museum fin… https://t.co/3NHkiw20P5
8/20
2020
Have you ever noticed that Vincent’s sunflowers have gone to seed? Why do you think Vincent chose to paint them lik… https://t.co/Z2QqGWXe5k
8/19
2020
📝 ‘Auvers is really beautiful – among other things many old thatched roofs, which are becoming rare. […] it’s grave… https://t.co/3aUZ2tFDMP
8/18
2020
#VanGoghInspires. Would you like to share your work in the Van Gogh Inspires Group too? Join:… https://t.co/AjzTrBa9S7 @AWlustForLife Hi! This is a photo from the opening of our new exhibition wing, which was in 2015. So the Sunflower… https://t.co/mxXDw20kmU
8/17
2020
Vincent loved his birthplace of Zundert (NL). As a small boy, he enjoyed wandering alone through the heath, meadows… https://t.co/gsxUWOlDCt
8/16
2020
📝 ‘Yesterday I drew a very large, rather rare night moth there which is called the death’s head, its coloration ast… https://t.co/UapVN3Lj8D
8/15
2020
When making this painting, Van Gogh spent time focusing on each individual flower and blade of grass. He noticed al… https://t.co/vC7Nm50GG8Naam reuzenpandajong is bekend! 🐼🎉 #ouwehandsdierenpark #ouwehand #dierenpark #reuzenpanda #panda #pandajonghttps://t.co/QUzZmLFcBQ
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8/14
2020
Van Gogh had no money to travel outside of Europe, but he was very interested in any information that came from ‘ou… https://t.co/RMsDOyaOiV
8/13
2020
📝‘The feeling for and love of nature always strike a chord sooner or later with people who take an interest in art.… https://t.co/DME8Q7bGlk
8/12
2020
‘Vincent and the Van Gogh Museum changed my life dramatically since my first museum visit in 2003. I’ve visited abo… https://t.co/GpXwZ47Mq3
8/11
2020
Artist Benny Andrews was born in Georgia in the US. With his work, he wanted to help increase the visibility of Afr… https://t.co/rR5buAolfV @DIAMOND71312122 We thought so too, but it's not the tree. He painted this watercolor in The Netherlands: https://t.co/56s45WAc9r ^Rose @marodmassa Of course we can! We have more than one to choose for you in our online shop: https://t.co/oFxWhH7ROk :). ^Rose
8/10
2020
In 1876, Van Gogh didn’t have any money to pay for the train from Ramsgate to London, so he decided to walk. The 12… https://t.co/Zzd5bAlx33
8/9
2020
'...That feeling of being ravaged by time really appeals to me. I enjoy taking photographs of piles of rusty old ir… https://t.co/HNvHuUzIMYMuseum staff stories. Jolein, Curator of Education, told us the following: ‘Van Gogh had an eye for minor, insignif… https://t.co/TE5ZQH609B
8/8
2020
It seems like Vincent just grabbed these shoes to paint them. But an acquaintance of Van Gogh’s described how he fi… https://t.co/1vRHW7zTS4
8/7
2020
How did Vincent look at the world around him? With an eye for tiny details, he painted the buds of a flowering spri… https://t.co/m67wHrh1uk
8/6
2020
Starry, Starry Night? 🌃 The moonlit Yosemite National Park certainly makes us think of it. You too?… https://t.co/C6xELHRZ95 @mfpierre Hi Pierre, thanks for letting us know! We are working on it. Which prints do you need? Please let us know in a private message.
8/5
2020
In this painting, Van Gogh shows not only the landscape, but also the farmers hard at work. He sees parallels with… https://t.co/CJV4i7prIV
8/4
2020
Inspired by Vincent van Gogh, dutch artist Steven Aalders seeks to capture the essence of the palette of Van Gogh’s… https://t.co/YjhNMxFdG4
8/3
2020
📝 ‘Always continue walking a lot and loving nature, for that’s the real way to learn to understand art better and b… https://t.co/i2K8gXeeIl
8/2
2020
Poppies and cornflowers peek out through the waving wheat. A startled partridge flies away. Perhaps because of Vinc… https://t.co/D2afjAJp8xHappy #Pride! #Museumplein #PrideIsProtest https://t.co/qF1ARjQMNb
8/1
2020
Gustave Courbet was often called ‘the most arrogant man in Paris’ 😤. In this painting, Courbet wanted to show his ‘… https://t.co/YzlQLVTHdO
7/31
2020
Museum staff stories. Mohammed tells us about his favourite: ‘I like fruit, and peaches are my summer favourites. I… https://t.co/O7808mcYoc
7/30
2020
‘A Great Artist is Dead’ Vincent van Gogh March 30, 1853 – July 29, 1890 #VanGoghMuseum #OnThisDay #VincentvanGogh https://t.co/jgR7CGt7Yx
7/29
2020
Tomorrow it’s 130 years ago since Van Gogh passed away. We’re talking you through the events. What happened around… https://t.co/PkKQGakL5N @velthove The condition of the hillside in Auvers-sur-Oise on 30 May 2020 and 15 May 2020, ©arthénon. https://t.co/KuHI01OQmj @velthove The site is 150 meters from the Auberge Ravoux, the inn in Auvers-sur-Oise where Van Gogh stayed the last… https://t.co/1kDsLKgs1KMusea bekennen kleur. Samen met twaalf andere musea zetten we ons in voor diversiteit en inclusie. Lees er meer ove… https://t.co/qSTLjvnIyiVan Gogh Museum News!💥 Discovery of the place where Van Gogh painted his last masterpiece Tree Roots. Today in Auve… https://t.co/ncFJmv1rM6Vincent wrote a special message on this painting. To thank his brother, he signed the work with 🖌️ ‘for my brother… https://t.co/Sm7Ofp4AVQ
7/28
2020
#VanGoghInspires Oscar started painting at an early age, and is inspired by Vincent’s art. He has also been inspire… https://t.co/XykSIJeb38📝 ‘I believe that if we knew everything we’d arrive at a certain serenity. Now having this serenity as much as poss… https://t.co/C0m2bPTOVG
7/27
2020
After Vincent’s death, his work steadily gained popularity, especially in the art world. Dutch artists were also in… https://t.co/2kW8P2tT93
7/26
2020
Vincent examines you with one blue and one green eye. 👁️ Why do you think that he chose to give his irises two diff… https://t.co/f5EBEHOF5m
7/25
2020
@joswabe @dehermitage @Museumverenigin Wat vervelend dat je je onveilig voelde in ons museum en ook nog moest wacht… https://t.co/Hdvo45hgQaThis is a portrait by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec of his artist friend, the 17-year-old Emile Bernard. In Vincent’s t… https://t.co/6mvFk4Ek4x
7/24
2020
Come face-to-face with Vincent! The exhibition ‘In The Picture’ is on display until 30 August. 1.5 metres from each… https://t.co/fa04bsXYAj#BestMuseumBum? We got this covered, or not 🍑?! #CuratorBattle @YorkArtGallery. Show us what you have… https://t.co/ZbY3GYxFHo
7/23
2020
Vincent often carried his field easel and painting supplies with him through the streets of Paris, in search of int… https://t.co/h5XH1rXhf1
7/22
2020
📝 ‘the sight of the stars always makes me dream in as simple a way as the black spots on the map, representing town… https://t.co/uEl9FeQdch
7/21
2020
While in Antwerp, Vincent discovered Japanese prints, the ukiyo-e. He collected the prints and was inspired by them… https://t.co/ePKDSuSU4R
7/20
2020
Which colours did Vincent use to make this painting? 👀 At first glance, you only see some tree trunks covered in i… https://t.co/2iByTc5PZh
7/19
2020
Vincent was enchanted by the bright, changing colours of the Mediterranean Sea. To further emphasise these special… https://t.co/wu8BqDAUou
7/18
2020

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