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You’ve probably heard about one of the world’s most famous painters, Vincent Van Gogh. But what do you actually know about this Dutch artist? We’ll introduce you to the man behind the famous sunflowers and self-portraits on this intimate, small group tour. Learn about him through his iconic paintings of people eating potatoes and of his own bedroom, or maybe his “Wheat field with Crows” or “Yellow House.” We will visit the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh’s works and personal affects to learn about his turbulent life stretching from his days in Holland to his dramatic ending in France. And yes, don’t worry, we’ll discuss that whole ear incident.
Highlights Include: (if artwork is not on loan or being restored etc.)
Large Collection of Self Portraits
Early And Obscure Works
Objects From His Studio
The Potato Eaters
Wheatfield with Crows
This was an exceptional tour. The guide was very informed and really keep our interest through the whole tour. The museum is stunning and the art is well currated. I highly recommend this tour.
Selena knew a lot and led and take care of us well.....................,.........................................................
Our guide was excellent! Very knowledgeable and informative! Friendly personality!!! I would do it again!!
Victoria was a wonderful guide for our group of 6. She showed us the background and context for the paintings and made the art come alive. Excellent guide and tour. Highly recommend!
Outstanding tour and the guide was very passionate regarding the artwork. She provided an interesting perspective regarding Van Gogh ear incident and ultimately his death. We visited on a busy day and the guide was instrumental in taking us through the museum hitting high points and providing insight into the timeline of Van Gogh's life, associated artwork and locations in which he live, as well as personal associates. All these factors were brought to light as we viewed his work. This was a very nice tour and is recommended.