Jan Sluijters Noordbrabants Museum

Jan Sluijters Noordbrabants Museum the Netherlands
The wild years
November 17, 2018 through April 7, 2019

Jan Sluijters Noordbrabants Museum the Netherlands The wild years November 17, 2018 through April 7, 2019

Portrait JS For Bal Tabarin HR Contact With PictorightJan Sluijters (1881-1957) – together with Hieronymus Bosch and Vincent van Gogh – is one of the three ‘core artists’ from Brabant who regularly pay attention to the Noordbrabants Museum. This great autumn exhibition Jan Sluijters. The wild years show how the artist, as a young man in Paris,

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Shell-sponsorship with van Gogh

Shell sponsorship agreement with Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum ends
The museum and the Mauritshuis in The Hague have stopped cooperating with the oil company by “mutual decision”

 

Shell sponsorship agreement with Amsterdam's Van Gogh

Shell sponsorship agreement with Amsterdam’s Van Gogh

 

Two of the major Dutch museums have just ended their cooperation with Shell, at a time of increasing protests about sponsoring by companies with fossil fuels. The Amsterdam Van Gogh Museum and the Mauritshuis in The Hague both ended this summer with the largest oil and gas company in the country.

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Van Gogh once owned by Elizabeth Taylor

Van Gogh once owned by Elizabeth Taylor, on his way to Christie’s
In November, a similar work almost broke the auction record of the Dutch master.

A rare painting by Vincent van Gogh that once belonged to Hollywood icon Elizabeth Taylor, will go under the hammer at Christie’s this spring.

 

Van Gogh once owned by Elizabeth Taylor

Vincent van Gogh, Vue de l’asile et de Chapelle de Saint-Rémy (1889). Afbeelding met dank aan Christie’s. Kind regards Pierre.

Taylor was a lifelong collector who collected one of the largest American jewelry collections, but she also had a great passion for art, especially French impressionism, according to Architectural Digest.

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