Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise The Final Months

3 October 2023 4 February 2024 Exhibition Finished
Vincent Van Gogh arrived in Auvers-sur-Oise on May 20th 1890 and died there on July 29th following a suicide attempt. Although the painter only spent a little over two months in Auvers, the period was one of artistic renewal with its own style and development, marked by the psychic tension resulting from his new situation as well as by some of his greatest masterpieces....

No exhibition has been devoted exclusively to this final stage of his career. In two months, the painter produced 74 paintings and 33 drawings, including iconic works such as Le Docteur Paul Gachet, L'église d'Auvers-sur-Oise and Champ de blé aux corbeaux. Featuring some forty paintings and twenty drawings, the exhibition will highlight this period by theme: early landscapes depicting the village, portraits, still lifes and landscapes of the surrounding countryside. It will also present a series, unique in Van Gogh's oeuvre, of paintings in an elongated double-square format.

This exhibition is organized by the Établissement public des musées d'Orsay et de l'Orangerie in Paris and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which will present it from May 12 to September 3, 2023, to mark its 50th anniversary.

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