Would you like to learn more about Vincent van Gogh or his contemporaries? In a series of free lectures we're highlighting a theme raised by an exhibition or recent research.
The lectures take place in the auditorium at 2 pm on a Sunday afternoon. The lectures are Dutch spoken, unless stated otherwise.
This lecture will be given in English
Gauguin’s work under the microscope
By René Boitelle and Harriet Stratis
Conservators René Boitelle (Van Gogh Museum) and Harriet Stratis (Art Institute of Chicago) conducted extensive research on the works that Paul Gauguin made on Martinique. They examined paintings and drawings by the artist in international collections, including the Van Gogh Museum, the National Gallery of Scotland, and the Neue Pinakothek, Munich. In this lecture they are keen to tell us more about the most intriguing results of their research.