Tag Archive: Van Gogh

When in Arles: stay at the legendary Grand Hôtel Nord Pinus

Grand Hôtel Nord Pinus in Arles, recently taken over by current-owner and entrepreneur Anne Igou, is merely a hotel. It’s an experience, a legendary space infused with Camargue culture, high luxury, Spanish influence,… Continue reading

Vans celebrates Van Gogh

Vans and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, have joined forces to present an exclusive collection which launched on Friday last week. The Van Gogh Museum will dedicate a portion of its profits… Continue reading

The National Gallery of Ireland celebrates Roderic O’Conor

  The National Gallery of Ireland features a major exhibition of works by Irish artist Roderic O’Conor (1860- 1940), until 28 October 2018. This is the first exhibition in over 30 years to… Continue reading

Gauguin and Laval in Martinique

    Next October, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam will stage a pictorial dialogue between artists Paul Gauguin and Charles Laval; both were connected to Vincent Van Gogh. This is the first… Continue reading

Van Gogh’s painting returns to Cincinnati Art Museum

  Undergrowth with Two Figures, an iconic painting by Vincent van Gogh will return to the Cincinnati Art Museum in the Mary E. Johnston Gallery at the beginning of July after being included in the Van… Continue reading

LUMA Foundation presents Lily Gavin

  This year for Les Rencontres d’Arles, the LUMA Foundation will present the work of Bard College graduate Lily Gavin at the Grande Halle. The exhibition will feature images produced when Gavin was invited… Continue reading

Axel Rüger

This week, a previously unknown drawing of a landscape of Paris’ Montmartre – the area known as a source of inspiration for many artists – was acknowledged as an authentic work by Dutch… Continue reading

Gucci to present its Cruise 2019 collection in Van Gogh’s city: Arles

  “For me, reworking the past over and over again is a way not to trivialise the garments and not to obsess over hem lengths. What I am interested in, as a matter of fact, is telling… Continue reading

The Phaidon Classic Series

  Rembrandt certainly remains the most famous of seventeenth-century Dutch painters. Dutch fellow painter Vincent van Gogh wrote of Rembrandt: “Rembrandt goes so deep into the mysterious that he says things for which… Continue reading

Van Gogh’s Laboureur dans un champ at Christie’s

Vincent van Gogh’s stunning Laboureur dans un champ (1889) painting is to be offered by Christie’s in their Impressionist and Modern NY evening sale, held on 13 November. ‘I’m struggling with all my energy… Continue reading