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In the first Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) exhibition in DC in 15 years, the Phillips brings together 35 of his celebrated portraits and landscapes from some of the world’s most renowned collections. Van Gogh Repetitions features results of more than half a decade of research into the artist’s process, revealing a fascinating picture of his personal life and art. While recognized for the intensity and speed with which he painted, van Gogh also worked with careful deliberation, creating multiple versions of some of his most famous subjects.

A Closer Look: Van Gogh Repetitions The Phillips Collection

    • Visual Arts

In the first Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) exhibition in DC in 15 years, the Phillips brings together 35 of his celebrated portraits and landscapes from some of the world’s most renowned collections. Van Gogh Repetitions features results of more than half a decade of research into the artist’s process, revealing a fascinating picture of his personal life and art. While recognized for the intensity and speed with which he painted, van Gogh also worked with careful deliberation, creating multiple versions of some of his most famous subjects.

    • video
    Van Gogh the Artist

    Van Gogh the Artist

    Art Historian Cornelia Homburg explains the myth of van Gogh as “mad genius”

    • 2 min
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    Van Gogh and Gauguin

    Van Gogh and Gauguin

    Art Historian Cornelia Homburg discusses the artists’ friendship and rivalry

    • 3 min

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