“Getty Wrapped 2020” — made in the style of Spotify’s “Wrapped” lists — offers insight into the most popular search terms for art lovers this year.
Wouter van der Veen, scientific director of the Institut van Gogh, noticed a striking resemblance between van Gogh’s “Tree Roots” (1890) and a postcard from Auvers-sur-Oise, where the painter took his life.
To Vincent, books were calls to action, lessons in life.
With museums across the Netherlands closed to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, burglars used the pandemic to lift a van Gogh painting from the Signer Laren museum.
Two celestial bodies in the Andromeda constellation have been named “Night Watch” and “Starry Night.”
Making Van Gogh: A German Love Story is an heroic effort to salvage Vincent van Gogh’s great artistic intensity from the much hyped, romantic image of the artist as a doomed interloper.
Van Gogh, Starry Night degrades the work of the daring painter while underusing the awesome powers of immersive digital technology.
A 7mm pocket revolver found in a field in the northern French village of Auvers-sur-Oise — where Van Gogh is believed to have shot himself in the chest on July 27, 1890 — will go up for auction in Paris.
Museum researchers are restoring the artist’s hidden, luminous spectrum of colors that have faded over time.
A new exhibition at Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum brings together depictions of the natural world by Vincent van Gogh and David Hockney.
John Berger was wrong! But we have the answers.
A new book documents the extent to which the famed Dutch artist looked to his collection of some 660 Japanese works for inspiration.