Van Gogh Exhibit Information
Don’t miss Van Gogh Repetitions at the Phillips October 12th to February 2nd.
Van Gogh Repetitions is the first Van Gogh exhibit in DC in fifteen years.
This exhibit takes a fresh look at the artistic process of Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). You’ll be able to take a look beneath the surface of some of his best-known paintings to better understand the how and why van Gogh repeated certain compositions during a 10-year period of his career.
Many of the 35 spectacular paintings and works on paper are appearing in Washington, DC for the first time.
Learn more about Van Gogh Repetitions.
See Chief Curator Eliza Rathbone’s and head Conservator Elizabeth Steele’s discussion of their research into van Gogh’s process.
Attend one of our special events related to Van Gogh Repetitions:
- Oct. 24th – SOLD OUT
- Nov. 3rd – SOLD OUT
- Nov. 7th – SOLD OUT
- Nov. 14th
Van Gogh: The Life
- Dec. 5th
Calling All Redheads
- Dec. 26th
- Jan. 2nd (2014)
This exhibition is co-organized by The Phillips Collections and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
It is proudly sponsored by Lockheed Martin and additional support is provided by the Robert Lehman Foundation and TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.
This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and humanities.