Join this 2-hour private guided tour, you will learn about Van Gogh’s life and experience the Van Gogh Museum’s magnificent exhibits. This is a fantastic introduction for first-time visitors.

Discover the museum’s remarkable collection, which includes Van Gogh’s classic Sunflowers series and the last piece he painted before his death, as well as pieces by Gauguin and Monet, who influenced the well-known Dutch artist. Vincent van Gogh has inspired generations of painters, and his legacy continues on.

  • Discover Van Gogh’s iconic self-portrait, painted shortly after he cut off part of his ear
  • Learn all about the troubled life of Van Gogh
  • Explore a vast amount of paintings and discover Van Gogh’s legacy
  • See Van Gogh’s personal letters and get a better insight into his artistic vision

Your guide will take you on a breathtaking tour from Van Gogh’s earliest and darkest works in the Netherlands to his more bright paintings in France. Learn about Van Gogh’s extensive chats with his younger brother Theo, who wanted to know more about how his sibling worked and suffered.

The meeting point is in front of the entrance of the Burger Room restaurant, located at the Paulus Potterstraat 30H, 1071 DA, Amsterdam. The tour is available daily between 10:00 and 15:00.

These are some of the incoinc paitings you will get to see and learn about:

– The Sunflowers: Marvel at Van Gogh’s vibrant and iconic series of sunflower paintings, which showcase his mastery of color and texture.
– The Bedroom: Step into Van Gogh’s world as you view his famous painting of his bedroom in the Yellow House in Arles, France, capturing his unique perspective on domesticity and solitude.
– The Starry Night Over the Rhône: Experience the mesmerizing beauty of Van Gogh’s nocturnal masterpiece, depicting the night sky over the Rhône River in Arles with swirling stars and shimmering reflections.
– The Almond Blossoms: Admire the delicate beauty of Van Gogh’s Almond Blossoms series, painted as a gift for his newborn nephew, featuring vibrant blossoms against a serene blue sky.
– The Irises: Discover Van Gogh’s stunning Irises series, painted during his time at the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, showcasing his bold use of color and expressive brushstrokes.
– The Potato Eaters: Delve into one of Van Gogh’s early masterpieces, depicting a group of peasants gathered around a humble meal, offering insight into his early artistic style and social commentary.
– The Wheatfield with Crows**: Contemplate the haunting beauty of Van Gogh’s Wheatfield with Crows, often interpreted as a reflection of his inner turmoil and emotional anguish.
– The Red Vineyard: Reflect on the significance of Van Gogh’s only painting sold during his lifetime, The Red Vineyard, which captures the vibrant colors of the French countryside and represents his lifelong quest for recognition and validation.