Museums with Van Gogh Collections

Starry Night - Vincent van GoghThe summer is the perfect time to get out of the heat and take in some culture at a local museum.   Fortunately, for Van Gogh lovers his works can be seen in museums all over the world.  The largest collections can be found in The Netherlands including famous works like The Potato Eaters, Sunflowers and Almond Blossom.  The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo have the largest collections.  Travel to Paris and see more of Van Gogh’s masterpieces like Starry Night Over the Rhone at the Musée d’Orsay or La Mousmé, Sitting at the Louvre.   In London both the National Gallery and the Tate Modern have works by Van Gogh.

In New York, you can see Van Gogh’s Starry Night in person at the Museum of Modern Art or see several of his other paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.   If you are in Chicago the Art Institute of Chicago has several impressive Van Gogh pieces including The Bedroom.  

And no matter where you are you can always view Van Gogh’s masterpieces by going to the Van Gogh Gallery catalog and filter by city, state, country or museum name to find the Van Goghs closest to you or just browse them online.

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  1. Green green grass of home —– *

    The potatoe eaters by Vincent Van Gogh is expression in art. The systems and the organization are in transition and the 1848 is in the info networks for the systems. The organization, the collectives @ expression – Potatoe eaters as @ 1885 in Netherland or even in France.
    The Potatoe eaters and the Water mill are both for the address to the systems and its organization and systems in the address to the food networks.
    Seasons and seasonal cropping – a
    Seasons and trade routes – b
    The food networks are in the air – ! Vincent Van Gogh helped for the passages in expression – !
    To the potatoe eaters the way I know – !
    Kalaranji Maheswaran
    Freelance Research and Development for the systems and its organization

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