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Vincent van Gogh: ‘ “Les Vessenots” in Auvers’

Vincent van Gogh: ‘ “Les Vessenots” in Auvers’

This landscape of ‘Les Vessenots,’ on the outskirts of Auvers, shows a group of old country cottages placed just below a raised horizon; further down, wheat fields stretch to the bottom of the canvas, broken only by a few swaying trees. The narrow colour range—mainly bright greens and yellows—and the nervous, agitated brushstrokes following a repetitive, undulating rhythm, are characteristic of the artist’s work in his final period. Van Gogh painted a large number of landscapes in the weeks before his death, always working outdoors.

Un país de telenovela

Un país de telenovela

Un país de telenovela Sala Alterna Del 4 de Noviembre al 25 de Abril del 2010 Entrada Libre Un país de telenovela presenta la incursión y apropiación en el país de un género televisivo que entre 1984 y 1994 mostró la diversidad regional de Colombia: la telenovela. La muestra está conformada por una selección de 10 telenovelas innovadoras, en cada momento, mediante las cuales los realizadores colombianos incursionaron en la Costa Caribe, el Tolima, el Valle del Cauca, los Llanos orientales y las montañas de Antioquia y el Eje Cafetero.

Impression-is-me

Impression-is-me

Take a picture, get a free ticket! Follow these easy steps and get free admission to the Van Gogh Museum now: 1. Download Vincent van Gogh’s portrait (or use the cover page of our 2011_2012 programme or the flyer). Print the portrait or save it to your smartphone, laptop or iPad. 2. Take a picture of someone holding Vincent van Gogh’s portrait. Any pose or background is allowed, as long as it is a well balanced picture. 3. Taking part via e-mail Send your picture and address details to impressionisme@vangoghmuseum.com to receive an admission ticket. 4.