From the 8h of October 2022 to the 26th of March 2023, Palazzo Bonaparte in Rome will host the exhibition dedicated to Van Gogh.
Almost 170 years after his birth, Rome celebrates the genius of Van Gogh. Palazzo Bonaparte will house a special exhibition from the 8th of October 2022 to the 26th of March 2023.
50 of the artist’s most famous works will be there, including the famous Self-portrait (1889) The Sower (1888), The hospital garden at Saint-Rémy (1889), and At Eternity’s Gate (1890). The exhibition was organized in collaboration with the Kröller Müller Museum in Otterlo, one of the most important custodians of the heritage of Van Gogh’s works in the world.
The exhibition traces the human and professional life of the artist, not only through his masterpieces, but also autobiographical testimonies. It starts from the Dutch period, then moves on to the Parisian one, up to the last years spent in the psychiatric hospital of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and in Auvers-Sur-Oise, where he died in 1890.
Born in Holland on the 30th of March 1853, Van Gogh was one of the leading exponents of post-impressionism, creating over 2000 works. His landscapes, his still lives, his portraits and self-portraits are characterized by bright colors and expressive brushstrokes. A style that helped lay the foundations of modern art as we know it today.
When: from the 8th of October 2022 to the 26th of March 2023
Where: Palazzo Bonaparte – Piazza Venezia 5, Rome
Price: full 19,50€
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