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Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh, born in Zundert in Brabant, began his artistic life at the end of the 19th century at the age of 27, after his older brother Theo advised him to do more with his drawings. Vincent lived in various places in Europe and often sent his younger brother drawings of what he saw there. In Brussels he worked on his drawing technique, then returned to his parents in Etten and settled in The Hague. In Nuenen he started his first studio, and used it a lot to record "peasant life", like his famous work: The potato eaters. After moving to France, Vincent made his most iconic works, often starring nature. In the end, Vincent's post-impressionist paintings became one of the most famous Dutch painters ever, the icing on the cake being the Vincent van Gogh Museum on the Museumplein in Amsterdam.

Vincent van Gogh products

Of his most iconic works, the Museum Webshop offers a wide range of reproductions. From the Almond Blossom theme, view the spectacle case, poster, tea towel or mouse pad. Of his Sunflowers work we offer beautiful coasters, mini magnets osr a mug. See here a scarf from the work Irises, and here a pocket mirror with the famous Starry Night. With such a large crowd of Vincent fans, there is plenty to choose from!

Museum bespoke work

In addition to all permanent reproductions offered by the Museum Webshop, it is also possible to have a custom-made product made by us. We work with small runs of often 50 pieces, and fast delivery times. Visit our website for more information. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to [email protected], or call us on +31 (0)883366990.


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