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Van Gogh in Rome

An exhibition at Palazzo Bonaparte

Palazzo Bonaparte in Rome presents Van Gogh, on the eve of the 170th anniversary of his birth. Through March 26, 2023, an exhibition curated by Francesca Villanti and Maria Teresa Benedetti, produced by Arthemisia, presents fifty masterpieces, including the Self-Portrait and the Sower, on loan from the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo.
After a long restoration, the Palazzo Bonaparte, in Rome, opens to the public with a series of exhibitions, including, precisely, the exhibition dedicated to Van Gogh.

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A brilliant painter, featuring a vivid haunting that marked his entire life, Van Gogh was gifted with the power to depict features of faces and scenes of everyday life with limpid clarity, in his own authentic and unmistakable way. Rhythmic brushstrokes in warm tones punctuate figures and landscapes. Particular attention is paid to his Parisian period, which turned toward Impressionism. Moreover, the exhibition offers an additional contemporary audio-visual mode, immersing the viewer into the painter’s hypnotic world. (Assia Karaguiozova)

Van Gogh
Palazzo Bonaparte
Nuovo Spazio Generali Valore Cultura
Until March 26, 2023

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