Paul Gauguin Breakthrough into Modernity at the Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam

. April 10, 2010

The Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam is hosting Paul Gauguin’s Breakthrough into Modernity through June 6th, 2010.

Given the importance of Gauguin and his art, this exhibition brings art fans from around the world looking to explore not only his art, but the variety of other art presented at the Van Gogh Museum. This will be a popular event, so please book your Amsterdam hotel well in advance of your trip.

Gauguin began to gain popularity in 1889 when he and some of his friends exhibited their work during the Paris World’s Fair, showcasing their displays at the Café des Arts, which was owned at the time by a man named Volpini.

Gaugin’s works included a series of prints which he had initially made at the instigation of Theo van Gogh as a way of drawing attention to his paintings, and the prints became known over time as the Volpini suite.

Category: Fine Art

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