The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, houses the world's largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh. It showcases more than 200 paintings, 500 drawings and 800 letters, as well as the artist’s own collection of Japanese prints. The core of this collection was originally provided by the artist’s family and is now on permanent loan from the Vincent van Gogh Foundation.
The Van Gogh Museum aims to enrich and inspire by making the life and work of Vincent van Gogh and the art of his time accessible to as many people as possible.
A meaningful contribution to the legacy
Van Gogh often used thick applications of paint on his canvas. This makes his work well-suited for illustrating a special new technology, which is now used to produce reproductions in the Van Gogh Museum Edition Collection. These high-quality, limited-edition works offer admirers of Vincent van Gogh the exclusive opportunity to encounter the artist’s world at a close range, to share and enjoy his genius with others, and to become actively involved in the legacy of this eternally fascinating artist.
Exclusivity and innovation
The Collection consists of nine masterworks by Van Gogh, dating from the period between 1887 and 1890. The ‘reliefography’ technique is perfectly suited to reproducing these world-famous impasto works. The collection consists of iconic works such as Almond Blossom (1890), Sunflowers (1889), The Harvest (1888) and Wheatfield under Thunderclouds (1890).
Each painting is reproduced in Europe and part of a limited and certified edition of 260 works per painting.