Post-Impressionism

Was Vincent van Gogh truly a tortured genius who took his own life, or was he the unfortunate victim of an accidental murder?
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has a collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings to rival that of world’s most famous museums. This summer they’re showing off their collection, along…
Two Pulitzer Prize-winning authors published a book titled Van Gogh: The Life that stunned the art world. Therein, Gregory White Smith and Stephen Naifeh state that the artist didn't actually commit…
Step inside Claude Monet’s Venice and experience how the water, buildings and light wowed the great master as he painted from his gondola.
Gauguin: Voyage to Paradise, on view beginning February 2019 at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, will offer the rare opportunity to experience a selection of captivating works by the artist, alongside…
Two Pulitzer Prize-winning authors published a book titled Van Gogh: The Life that stunned the art world. Therein, Gregory White Smith and Stephen Naifeh state that the artist didn't actually commit…
The smallest, but perhaps most significant of the Card Players series, this painting exemplifies Cézanne's ability to transform the ordinary into the profound.