Starting from May 12th, the Van Gogh Museum presents a major exhibition on the last months of Vincent van Gogh. In the northern French village of Auvers-sur-Oise, the artist was highly productive and created some of his most famous paintings, such as “Wheatfield with Crows” (1890, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam) and “Doctor Paul Gachet” (1890, Musée d’Orsay, Paris). Never before has there been a comprehensive exhibition focusing on this short but crucial final phase of his artistic development.

“Van Gogh in Auvers. His Last Months” brings together loans from museums and private collections around the world, including masterpieces such as “The Church at Auvers-sur-Oise” (1890, Musée d’Orsay, Paris), “Adeline Ravoux” (1890, private collection), and “Blooming Chestnut Branches” (1890, Emil Bührle Collection, Zurich). Visitors have the unique opportunity to see a large number of works by Vincent van Gogh that have never been exhibited together.

Dokter Paul Gachet

“Van Gogh in Auvers” is a collaboration with the Musée d’Orsay, with eight paintings from the Parisian museum being temporarily loaned for this special project.