October 14, 2017 to 28 January 2018
Loving Vincent is the first painted animation film in the world. Over 125 artists painted in the style of Vincent van Gogh 65,000 frames for the movie Loving Vincent. Loving Vincent’s creators took 6 years to realize the first painted feature film in the world. Makers Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman brought this life to Van Gogh’s masterpieces.
Combiticket for film and exhibition
With a combiticket you can visit Loving Vincent on the same day: the exhibition in the Noordbrabants Museum and the movie Loving Vincent in the Verkadefabriek ‘s-Hertogenbosch with 5.50 discount.
Choose whether you first visit the film or the exhibition in the specially designed ticket shop. Select at what time you visit the movie and plan your visit to the exhibition around it.
In Loving Vincent: the exhibition takes a look behind the scenes. Admire over one hundred of the most beautiful oil paintings made for this movie. See how the actors were painted in Van Gogh’s style and then animated. Experience how in Van Gogh’s famous works the day was exchanged for the night and summer for the fall.
Loving Vincent live
In a special workstation, you can see artist Setareh Goodarzi, who collaborated on the film from Thursday to Sunday, painting a painting by Van Gogh.
Near Van Gogh
In the Noordbrabants Museum, original works by Vincent van Gogh can be seen in The Story of Brabant, more specifically in a pavilion dedicated to Van Gogh and his Brabant period. At this moment, 10 works, which Van Gogh painted in Nuenen, are included in the permanent presentation of the museum. Nuenen was the place in Brabant where he worked the most part of his life in the Netherlands as an artist. The museum tells Vincent van Gogh’s story in his Brabant period.