Van Gogh & European Landscapes
March 5–September 4 , 2022
Gallery 119 [map it]
Our 2022 exhibition season will be highlighted by the work of the world’s most famous artist, Vincent van Gogh!
In this DAI-exclusive exhibition, a remarkable pair of Van Gogh paintings, on loan to the museum from Switzerland, will be at the center of a look at European landscape painting. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view two works that are rarely seen outside Europe!
The paintings of Vincent van Gogh are beloved and instantly recognized the world over for their brilliant color and bold brushwork. Despite his untimely death at the age of thirty-seven, Van Gogh worked intensely until the very end. The pair of landscape paintings in this exhibition were made in Auvers-sur-Oise, France, in July 1890, the final month of Van Gogh’s life. They are vibrant images that feature his signature style of thick dashes of color and quickly applied swirls made with a loaded brush.
This intimate Focus Exhibition also includes works by Daubigny, Corot, Turner, Constable and others.
Van Gogh & European Landscapes is free to members and included in museum general admission for non-members. Museum general admission also includes access to the collection galleries, the Special Exhibition Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms and all other current Focus Exhibitions. Be sure to also check out our spring membership sale: get 15% off select new memberships through April 15! Click here for details.
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Featured Image: Vincent van Gogh, Champ aux meules de blé (Field with Stacks of Grain) (detail), 1890, oil on canvas. Fondation Beyeler, Riehen/Basel, Beyeler Collection. Photo: Robert Bayer
Thank You to Our Exhibition Sponsors
AES Ohio Foundation
Elizabeth Hardy PhD and Rick Omlor
Karin Leigh-Spicer and Edward Blake
Patty and Jerry Tatar
Linda Black-Kurek Family Foundation
Norman and Mary Rita Weissman
Dr. Sally A. Struthers and Dr. Ned D. Young