Editor:  De Redactie • Publication:  01 January 2018

Art & Culture

Art & Culture

Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum houses the largest collection of pieces by Vincent van Gogh in the world. The work of the post-Impressionist Dutch artist, Van Gogh, heavily influenced 20th-century art to make him one of the most famous artists from The Netherlands. In total, the permanent collection of the museum includes 200 paintings, 500 drawings and more than 700 letters, plus his collection of Japanese prints. In addition to the works of Van Gogh, the museum has a rich and varied collection of his contemporaries. The Van Gogh Museum is a must-see if you are visiting Amsterdam. Gaze upon the magnificent Van Gogh paintings with a visit to this museum. Nowhere in the world will you find this many paintings by Vincent van Gogh collected under one roof.

Housing the world’s largest van Gogh collection

You can find the Van Gogh Museum in the beautiful Museum Quarter in Amsterdam, here you will also find the Rijksmuseum, the Concertgebouw and the  Stedelijk Museum. It is the Netherlands’ second most-visited museum, attracting between one and two million visitors each year. The Van Gogh Museum consists of two buildings, which were designed by acclaimed architects Kisho Kurokawa and Gerrit Rietveld. The Kurokawa wing is used for temporary exhibitions and the Rietveld building displays the permanent works. Some of the most well-known pieces on display include the Van Gogh Sunflowers (1889), Almond Blossoms (1890) and The Potato Eaters (1885). The museum also houses works by some of Van Gogh’s contemporaries, including Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, Georges Seurat and Odilon Redon, amongst others. During your visit, you’ll be able to learn about the painter’s captivating history and his influence on the development of modern art.

Visit the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam

Get your Van Gogh Museum tickets through our website and make sure you don’t miss the chance to pay a visit to this spectacular Amsterdam museum. By booking your Van Gogh Museum tickets online you can save time and avoid the lines at the ticket counter.

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