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2 Apr 2014 - 17 Aug 2014 Paris, France,
Petit Palais, Paris 1900

8 Apr 2014 – 21 Sep 2014 Rodin Museum, Mapplethorpe-Rodin

10 Apr  - 10th Aug 2014 Budapest, Hungary
, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest (Szepmuveszeti), The World of Toulouse-Lautrec

17 Apr  - 7 Sep 2014 London, UK, Tate Modern, Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

25 Apr  - 24 Aug 2014  New York, US, Museum of Modern Art, Paris , Lucio Fontana

Apr 2 - 6, 2014 Affordable Art Fair | New York

Apr 10 - 13, 2014 NADA Art Fair | Cologne;  Toronto Art Expo

Apr 11 - 13, 2014 Dallas Art Fair
 
Apr 25 - 27, 2014 Art Brussels





 

Gogh, Vincent van (1853-1890)

Van Gogh, like Gauguin, developed late. He was the son of a Protestant minister, and found it hard at first to decide on a career. From the age of about twenty, he worked as an assistant to the picture-dealer Goupil, first at The Hague, then in Brussels, London and finally Paris. He then felt the call to a religious life and for the next two years worked as an evangelist and free-lance missionary among poor miners and peasants. Towards the end of 1878 he began to draw and paint; he had a great admiration for Millet and copied a number of his works.
During this period, up to 1881 he lived in Belgium; then from 1881 to 1885 he was back in Holland again, staying at Etten, Te Hague, Drenthe and for a rather longer period (December 1883-november 1885) at Nuenen. Finally he went to Antwerp (November 1885-february 1886).

 

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