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Van Gogh: Letters to Theo

Van Gogh: Letters to Theo
Date:16 June 2018 - 16 September 2018
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-06-16 2018-09-16 Europe/Moscow Van Gogh: Letters to Theo Vincent van Gogh took to painting when he was 27 and his death came at the age of only 37. Van Gogh’s brother Theo was a strong supporter of his and their surviving correspondence provides a fascinating insight into the great painter’s inner world. Moscow - info@moscovery.com

Address: Moscow, Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya Ulitsa, 10
Ticket Price: From 270 rubles

Vincent van Gogh took to painting when he was 27 and his death came at the age of only 37. Van Gogh’s brother Theo was a strong supporter of his and their surviving correspondence provides a fascinating insight into the great painter’s inner world. His letters to Theo are as sincere as a cry from the heart: Vincent saw his dear brother and himself as a whole and would often write “we” instead of “I”. Researchers of the oeuvre of Van Gogh are confident that the latter would have never made it but for Theo. The exhibition presents an exciting first-person narrative making an excellent accompaniment to Van Gogh’s unique canvases.

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