27 June 2014

Seurat and Van Gogh...

Onlangs ben ik naar het Kröller Müller Museum geweest, om de tentoonstelling over Georges Seurat, meester van het pointillisme, te bekijken. En natuurlijk ook kon ik ook de vaste collectie Van Goghs niet overslaan.
Hieronder een paar foto's.
Over de Van Gogh Gallery vind je hier meer informatie.
Tip: download het gidsje onderaan de webpagina, om meer Van Goghs te zien!
Veel plezier!

Recently I visited the Kröller Müller Museum, to see the exhitibion about Georges Seurat, master of pointillism. And of course I also admired their permanent Van Gogh collection. Below some photo's.
About the Van Gogh Gallery you'll find more information here.
Tip: download the booklet at the bottom of the webpage, to see more Van Goghs! Enjoy!





















15 comments:

  1. Fantastic photo's Judy! Thanks so much for the virtual tour! :0)

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  2. You're welcome, Sandra! I showed the photo's on my facebook earlier, but I decided to put them on my blog as well, for everyone to enjoy!

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  3. Thank you for sharing your visit with us! I can never get enough of Van Gogh - it must have a wonderful day for you to see so many of his works. The frames are interesting as well - they look so modern!

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  4. You can tell I really went to see the Van Goghs! Yes, I wondered about the frames too, I like the fact all the frames are similar.

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  5. I love the Impressionists and only when we see their work in real life can we get a truer impression of the dynamic energy they injected into their artworks. Glad you enjoyed your day.

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  6. You are so lucky to have seen these paintings Judy...thanks for the link :-)

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  7. It sounds like you had an amazing time, Judy!! Thanks for taking us along... I could never get tired of seeing Van Gogh's paintings!!

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  8. Wonderful Masterpiece,dear Judy!!!
    Looking at Masters is precious for all painters. Thanks for share!!!

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  9. Well now you've made me even more determined. Great photos Judy. I liked the framing too. The light cherry let the paints breathe.. They are very complimentary.

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  10. I adore both these artists! Thanks, Judy, for sharing these photos with us. It must be incredible to see these works in person.

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  11. Wow lucky you , so inspiring to see all these wonderful works , thanks for the tour !

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  12. Het was zeker de moeite waard , mooie foto's heb je gemaakt.
    groetjes,
    Simonne

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  13. Thank you, Judy, for the small tour!!! it's funny, I didn't really start to appreciate Impressionist works until a few years ago. Still prefer more classical work from earlier periods. But I must admit, trying to understand and create art has made me appreciate a much wider spectrum of styles.
    Kathryn XX

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  14. Happy you enjoyed it with me!

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  15. oh thanks for taking me along on your visit....loved it. I was just visiting museums in Paris....ohhh my head is still reeeeling from it all:)

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