Van Gogh and The First Post-Impressionist Exhibit

Roger Fry, an English artist and art critic, organized the first Post-Impressionist art exhibit, Manet and the Post-Impressionists, at London’s Grafton Galleries.  The landmark exhibition, which took place in 1910, was the first to introduce the British public to works by Cézanne, Gaugin, Manet, Matisse, Seurat and Van Gogh.  The exhibition, though somewhat a disaster,…

Visit Van Gogh’s Etten, Netherlands Locations Today

Many of the historic spots that Vincent van Gogh would have visited during his time in Etten, Netherlands have since disappeared such as the old rectory, the windmill at Roosendaalseweg, the pollard-willows at the Leursestraatje, and the moor.  However, there are still three locations where Van Gogh is believed to have sketched, that can be…