But for a brief window, all of their works are together again for lucky visitors who want to take in the Post-Impressionist master's swirling brush strokes and vivid colors. The Met's collection covers a breadth of Van Gogh's work, including still lifes, landscapes, an introspective self-portrait, and images of sunflowers and cypress trees, some of his most iconic subjects.
According to a recent blog post, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has all of their Vincent Van Gogh masterpieces under one roof for the first time in years. The Met owns sixteen Van Gogh's, the largest collection in North America. The works are frequently out on loan for exhibitions at other institutions around the world.
All sixteen of the Met's Van Gogh works are on view in their Nineteenth-Century European Painting Galleries, 822 and 825, through February 2019.