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Andries Bonger and Odilon Redon Van Gogh Museum

25 Mar 2022 — 2 Jul 2022

Dutch collector Andries Bonger (1861-1936) – the brother-in-law of Theo Van Gogh – would go on to manage the Van Gogh collection and form the basis of the museum, but he also shared a close friendship with another artist: Odilon Redon (1840-1916).

The two met in Paris in 1894 and struck up a friendship over their shared interest in literature, music, and art. Bonger especially...

Dutch collector Andries Bonger (1861-1936) – the brother-in-law of Theo Van Gogh – would go on to manage the Van Gogh collection and form the basis of the museum, but he also shared a close friendship with another artist: Odilon Redon (1840-1916).

The two met in Paris in 1894 and struck up a friendship over their shared interest in literature, music, and art. Bonger especially appreciated his new friend's art and would collect Redon’s work for 14 years, viewing the Symbolist works as the pinnacle of contemporary art.

This exhibition displays more than 30 of the most impressive Redons from Bonger's collection, as well as the letters the two men wrote to each other about the art world.

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The Van Gogh Museum displays over 200 of Vincent van Gogh's works, including landscapes, still lifes and drawings, and letters. By displaying them alongside works from Van Gogh's contemporaries, viewers get real insights into his life and work.

The museum itself is comprised of two buildings. The main building, designed by Gerrit Rietveld, Joan van Dillen, and J. van Tricht, opened in 1973. The second building, designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa was added in 1999. Located in Amsterdam's Museumplein (along with the Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum), the Van Gogh Museum is one of the most-visited museums in the Netherlands.

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