Vincent is back part II: Land of light

In Vincent is back the Kröller-Müller Museum focuses on its large Van Gogh collection for the first time in years. Vincent is back tells the story of Van Gogh in two parts. In part 1, Native soil (showing until 1 April 2013), emphasis is placed on Van Gogh’s Dutch period (1881-1886). In part 2, Land of light, the accent shifts to the works from his time in France (1886-1890), when the artist reached maturity.
In addition to the paintings, ten drawings are also on display. These are rarely shown due to their sensitivity to light. The presentation is arranged thematically and will be illustrated with texts, including quotations from Van Gogh’s letters.

After Vincent is back, a varying display of the Van Gogh collection will retain a prominent position in the presentation of the collection. 

 Text and exhibition compilation: Annemiek Rens, RKD (Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie/Netherlands Institute for Art History). The carpet has been sponsored by Forbo Flooring.