Vincent van Gogh

The color yellow has a rich cultural history that rivals the warmth of the various shades that it comes in. Often linked to the sun, it has come to symbolize a multitude of things from power and…
Five of Getty’s most popular online exhibits on Google Arts & Culture are now available in Spanish and English, making the Los Angeles museum’s expansive art collection more accessible than ever…
An exceptional gathering of works by Vincent van Gogh, in conversation with the artists and artworks that spoke to him the most, will premiere at the Columbus Museum of Art this fall.

With Van Gogh's iconic 'Sunflowers' back on the wall at the National Gallery, Kristina Mandy gives us an insight into the conservation treatment for a painting by one of his major influences, the…

Van Gogh's sister-in-law, van Gogh-Bonger, is largely responsible for his fame. After the death of Vincent and Theo, she loaned some of her brother-in-law’s paintings to museums for exhibitions while…
Titled Auvers, painted in 1890, and signed “Vincent” on the back, has not yet been authenticated but, if it is, it will become the largest Van Gogh painting and the only one made on a square canvas.
So many books, movies, and web catalogs have been dedicated to his life, work, and correspondences that some interesting facts get lost in the mix. From a passion for religion to familial facts, here…
In many cultures, green is the color of rebirth and prosperity, a harbinger of life and spring. However, placed within the context of the nineteenth century, green begins to represent the dualities…