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Olympism Modern Invention, Ancient Legacy

24 April 2024 16 September 2024
Among the cultural events designed to accompany the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris is an exhibition at the Louvre on the creation of the first modern Olympic Games. Visitors will discover how the Games came into being in the late 19th century: the political context of the time, the iconographic sources on which they were based, and how the organisers set out to recreate the sporting competitions of ancient Greece.

Miró. A blaze of signs. The collection of the Centre Pompidou

20 April 2024 21 July 2024
The Musée de Grenoble is presenting, in partnership with the Centre Pompidou, an exhibition dedicated to Joan Miró, including more than 130 works from the collection of the National Museum of Modern Art. This remarkable loan includes the three "Blue" which will exceptionally travel outside Paris and remain on deposit at the Musée de Grenoble. The exhibition, which will focus on the iconoclasm, creative energy and artistic modernity of the painter, will mark his entire career while offering a privileged look at his ultimate work, from the 1960s and 70s, a period of inner exile and intense experimentation. This event is a preview of the Centre Pompidou program | Constellations is building in partnership with the largest cultural institutions in Paris, France and internationally and will make the Centre Pompidou shine during its renovation work.

Ingres and Delacroix. Artists' Objects

27 March 2024 10 June 2024
A tobacco jar in the shape of a fish that belonged to Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863), a gilded laurel crown awarded to Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780-1867) by the citizens of Montauban to celebrate his admission to the Senate, an illuminator's inkpot in Fez-style pottery, brought back by Delacroix from his travels in Morocco in 1832, paint-daubed palettes, Ingres's famous violin...

Paris 1874 Inventing impressionism

25 March 2024 14 July 2024
150 years ago, on April 15, 1874, the first impressionist exhibition opened in Paris. "Hungry for independence", Monet, Renoir, Degas, Morisot, Pissarro, Sisley and Cézanne finally decided to free themselves from the rules by holding their own exhibition, outside official channels: impressionism was born. To celebrate this anniversary, Musée d'Orsay is presenting some 130 works and bringing a fresh eye to bear on this key date, regarded as the day that launched the avant-gardes. What exactly happened in Paris in that spring of 1874, and what sense should we make today of an exhibition that has become legendary? "Paris 1874. The Impressionist Moment" seeks to trace the advent of an artistic movement that emerged in a rapidly changing world.

Marie-Antoinette by Félix Lecomte

For the end of the year, four delicious new colors adorn our reproduction of the bust of Marie-Antoinette by Félix Lecomte!

What will tempt you? Mauve Marshmallow, Mint water, Iced peach or Mimosa candy?

Monopoly Vincent van Gogh

Monopoly Vincent van Gogh - English edition

  • € 39.95 € 49.95
English edition

Vincent van Gogh travelled far and wide throughout his lifetime. The places where he lived inspired him to create his artworks. With the Van Gogh Museum edition of Monopoly, join the artist's journey from the Netherlands via Belgium to France. During the trip, find out all about the paintings he created in these three countries.

The collaboration between the Van Gogh Museum and Monopoly resulted in a unique edition of the board game. The board consists of paintings by Vincent van Gogh, and his famous work The Yellow House (The Street) forms the basis for the board game. Two exclusive tokens - only available with this edition - were also designed: a paint tube and the bed from Van Gogh's painting The Bedroom. A booklet with facts and information about Van Gogh completes the game.

The Van Gogh Museum is always seeking new ways of telling the story of Vincent van Gogh. The collaboration with Monopoly means that through playing, families all around the world get to know the life and work of the Netherlands' most famous 19th-century artist. The Van Gogh Museum also supports the focus of Monopoly's parent company Hasbro on corporate social responsibility and their mission to make the world a better place for children and their families.

Special edition of the popular board game Monopoly
The first ever official Van Gogh Museum edition
Age: 8+

Monopoly x Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam®
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