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Discover the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam
Discover the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam

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Wild Roses, Vincent van Gogh (May 1889)
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#VanGoghUpClose Take a good look and you'll be able see the canvas between the paint.
Portrait of a One-Eyed Man (1889) #VanGoghUpClose http://ow.ly/zNWK30bXQYi http://ow.ly/i/v5oXS
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Watch how our two lost loves return.

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Happy Sunday!
A Sunday in Eindhoven, Vincent van Gogh (1885): http://ow.ly/cjAe30bLsjI
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'I really think that I’ll stay friends with him and that I’ll do his portrait. Then he tells me that I must work a great deal, boldly, and not think at all about what I’ve had.' Vincent van Gogh about Dr. Gachet #OnThisDay in 1890
Portrait of Dr Gachet (1890)
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#VanGoghInspires Kyu Hak Lee thank you for sharing your art!
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Vincent: 'It does NOT look Japanese, and it's actually the most Japanese thing that I've done.' He wrote this to his artist-friend Émile Bernard.
La Crau Seen from Montmajour, Vincent van Gogh (1888) #IMD2017 #MuseumDay
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#ArtOfTheWeek Exterior of a Restaurant in Asnières, Vincent van Gogh (May 1887) http://ow.ly/ZMTA30bO1YU
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Van Gogh collected original prints, like this one. He dreamed of making prints, simple and affordable artworks, to offer beauty and consolation to a big audience. Sadly, he never went beyond a few graphic experiments.

Enjoy the unique print collection in the exhibition Prints in Paris 1900: http://bit.ly/PrintsInParis1900 and in our online collection: http://bit.ly/ParisianPrints. #PrintsinParis
Little Typewriters (1896) Hermann-Paul.
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Van Gogh was always trying out different ways of painting. This landscape shows a large variety of brushstrokes. Can you spot the different types?
View of Auvers (1890) http://ow.ly/UI2X30bJoYC
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