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Vincent van Gogh was a prolific letter writer and amidst his musings on family relations, art and artists, and women, he dispensed solicited—and unsolicited—advice. In celebration of the exhibition Van Gogh’s Bedrooms, we offer some words...
Throughout his life, Van Gogh was an incredibly prolific reader and an avid consumer of novels, newspapers, biographies, and short stories. In the painting above, Parisian Novels, he connects the importance of great art to great...
On this day 163 years ago, Vincent van Gogh was born in his parents’ parsonage in Groot-Zundert, the Netherlands. His short, nomadic life was characterized by a constant search for a home and a place to belong, a subject that is explored...
  After 36 years with the Art Institute as a paintings conservator, Faye Wrubel retired in January to pursue her private conservation practice. Luckily, before she left, our very own Member Magazine had a chance to sit down with this...
Vincent van Gogh was a prolific letter writer and amidst his musings on family relations, art and artists, and women, he dispensed solicited—and unsolicited—advice. In celebration of the exhibition  Van Gogh’s Bedrooms , we offer some...