Van Gogh Museum
Van Gogh Museum
Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam houses the largest collection of art works by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) in the world. The permanent collection includes more than 200 paintings by Vincent van Gogh, 500 drawings and more than 750 letters. The museum also presents exhibitions on various subjects from 19th-century art history.

Van Gogh DreamsVan Gogh Dreams

Van Gogh Dreams

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Van Gogh WondersVan Gogh Wonders

Van Gogh Wonders

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Van Gogh ReflectsVan Gogh Reflects

Van Gogh Reflects

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Van Gogh & NatureVan Gogh & Nature

Van Gogh & Nature

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Meet the RoulinsMeet the Roulins

Meet the Roulins

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Van Gogh's FriendsVan Gogh's Friends

Van Gogh's Friends

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Van Gogh werktVan Gogh werkt

Van Gogh werkt

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Vincent's ScrapbookVincent's Scrapbook

Vincent's Scrapbook

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Van Gogh CelebratesVan Gogh Celebrates

Van Gogh Celebrates

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Zeng Fanzhi - TimelapseZeng Fanzhi - Timelapse

Zeng Fanzhi - Timelapse

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  1. author

    CSERA Studio2 jam yang lalu

    I loved this, thanks for sharing!!

  2. author

    Misfit Monster17 jam yang lalu

    I wanna hear ameican pie :( lol

  3. author

    Misfit Monster17 jam yang lalu

    Can it be called his painting anymore? Vincents? If your letting somebody else add paint to it?

  4. author

    Misfit Monster17 jam yang lalu

    I dont agree with anybody else adding paint to his original artwork..youre not Vincent..it shouldnt be done...clean it up..restore it..but dont paint on it...

  5. author

    CULTIVATER ofFREETHINKING19 jam yang lalu

    YES, HIS NATURE LANDSCAPES IN ENGLAND ARE INCREDIBLE. EXCELLENT DOC THAT CAME OUT MAYBE 2008

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    Den HoldenHari Yang lalu

    Hockney makes you stop and look at the world,colours,textures,no arty fatty bull,just plain and simple talent and vision.Thank you xxx

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    Ong Jing HengHari Yang lalu

    Like so much of Van Gogh’s work, Starry Night maintains an electric tension between ecstasy and melancholy. “It makes you glad to be unhappy,” says McLean, who tried to convey the same mood with his song. “No matter how happy or hopeful I am, I always tend to drift back to that. It’s underneath all the music I’ve ever written… An artist is trying to tell you how he’s feeling. And if that accidentally becomes entertaining, it becomes a career.” Indeed,this performance is the echoing of so many beautiful souls on the earth

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    kamal gupta2 hari yang lalu

    Marvellous work by Great Artist

  9. author

    Dorothy Whiting3 hari yang lalu

    I agree David is a great painter one whose works l can understand and empathise with

  10. author

    Sabar Juragan4 hari yang lalu

    I sell original paintings by van Gogh with certificates. if indeed you are interested can contact me at my email sabarjuragan@gmail.com

  11. author

    Great Quotes Daily4 hari yang lalu

    I'm good at watching IDreporter videos about Vincent Van Gogh!

  12. author

    Piano Music5 hari yang lalu

    Lovely video! I think it is always nice and interesting to listen to David Hockney's interviews. Thanks for uploading this video! :)

  13. author

    吴桐5 hari yang lalu

    alive master

  14. author

    RakeRocter6 hari yang lalu

    Whoever edited this video is among the top 0.5% of editors in the world. This video was flawless in its production. Everything about it was perfect. The rhythm, the shots, the angles, the music, the cuts, the images timed with the words.... Astounding.

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    J J7 hari yang lalu

    Irritating subtitles.

  16. author

    Nathan Motley8 hari yang lalu

    I Find Hockney quite the legend of Modern Arts and sciences,He is a Attempting the impossible with his old car and boundless expressionist medium

  17. author

    Doug Piranha8 hari yang lalu

    Hey, Van Gogh Museum, why did you allow this "domestic violence" fellow to stand among your paintings and tacitly affiliate himself to a great & humane artist?

  18. author

    JK Productions8 hari yang lalu

    Thank you 🍃

  19. author

    YoO1618 hari yang lalu

    Too sad no persons were in the crowd. Just some smartphones

  20. author

    Lis Engel8 hari yang lalu

    Lovely video - truly a looking with the eyes of the heart and soul.

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    민덕기8 hari yang lalu

    Hello. I am Min Duk Gi, a student of Dongseo University in Busan, Korea. I'm going to have a graduation exhibition. I've been working on this video to create a background video of the stage. I'm trying to use it, but I thought I'd better understand and use it, so I'm calling you like this. May I use it? The exhibition is not intended for commercial use and there is no profit from it. To make clothes and prepare a suitable stage (music and video) by using the process of learning for 4 years This is to inform you that you will not take any cleverness as the sun is used. I will not use it if it is a problem Please reply whether or not you are allowed to use it.

  22. author

    Akram Mohammed9 hari yang lalu

    I wish nothing but visiting Van Gogh Museum. Love&Respect from Gaza, Palestine💛✌🌻

  23. author

    creative artwork9 hari yang lalu

    Awesome

  24. author

    Bmk Bmk10 hari yang lalu

    Wonderful works that will stand the test of time I have no doubt.....great energy of colours that you can absorb & interact with.....Art & then summmmm

  25. author

    Denis Horvath14 hari yang lalu

    Real spiritual leader ...

  26. author

    Ying Wei Or18 hari yang lalu

    There are more than 5. Actually

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    sonia hachemi18 hari yang lalu

    🙏♥️ Thank you VAN GOGH Museum!!

  28. author

    sonia hachemi18 hari yang lalu

    Thank you VAN GOGH Museum 💖 Love Vincent 💟

  29. author

    adlibruj18 hari yang lalu

    El Maestro Vincent!

  30. author

    sonia hachemi18 hari yang lalu

    Wow 🌺🌺 thank you soo much VAN GOGH Museum 👏 hope to be to Amsterdam soon.. Love Vincent 💖

  31. author

    XJ19 hari yang lalu

    Such a beautiful and expressive artist, shame his story ended in tragedy

  32. author

    Wesley 93924 hari yang lalu

    Only place thenk 30 minutes,for get jacket, ir shirth short guajadeque,inspires death

  33. author

    Guy Stephenson25 hari yang lalu

    I always liked Hockney’s straightforwardness and his humour. As for van G, well, could I ever get enough?

  34. author

    ysvry26 hari yang lalu

    great artis , hope he finds jezus like van gogh did before he goes though. ;)

  35. author

    B Gamer28 hari yang lalu

    I had to do both there work for GCSE

  36. author

    Erik Scothron29 hari yang lalu

    Van Go??? I think not.

  37. author

    Caleb Peters29 hari yang lalu

    This had to be a special experience for all the people there and for Don McLean. Such a heartfelt rendition of one of Don's most beautiful creations. My soul was fed just watching this man deliver his lovely musical poetry.

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    RICHARD FORDBulan Yang lalu

    fundamentally art is about philosophy and perception of life, isn’t it.

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    Christopher RobinhoodBulan Yang lalu

    The Bedroom would barely make it in the top 50 paintings by van Gogh. An exceedingly mediocre work. Conclusion: Dutch women have small breasts.

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    前橋みきBulan Yang lalu

    What a lovely chap! True delight

  41. author

    Gerardo TrottiBulan Yang lalu

    Vincent nos mueve en el color con sus pinceladas. David, nos sigue moviendo el alma mostrando las mismas fuerzas de VIDA que reflejaba Vincent y que se despliegan en la naturaleza

  42. author

    Stephen HBulan Yang lalu

    Spirit w/o PreTense

  43. author

    Elfriede WeissBulan Yang lalu

    Thanks for putting this up! It also has a special meaning for me. 💓💓💓

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    Mirketto YoutuberBulan Yang lalu

    David is getting old. His documentary "the secret knowledge" changed my mind. Respect.

  45. author

    mv11000Bulan Yang lalu

    Van Go? Van Goff? I‘m confused.

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    3369Bulan Yang lalu

    A means to The end that’s my life years of garbage paintings on top of paintings canvases That way 60 pounds And then I’ll have maybe five years when I arrive Maybe if my eyesight Does not fail me I’ve been here working hard You don’t even know I exist this is how you treat me I am working on a gift for all of you Then you’ll want to know everything there is about me but By that time I’ll be long gone Pmasters

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    Mark ThompsonBulan Yang lalu

    Your pronunciation of van Gogh is far from correct. Good grief, it would only take 2 minutes of research to discover its proper pronunciation.

  48. author

    Hend MamdouhBulan Yang lalu

    Please, could you provide scribt or subtitle?

  49. author

    RON KALKHOVENBulan Yang lalu

    Can not believe I missed this here. Don what a wonderful song you've written. After all those years we enjoy it still and appreciate it more. Thank you.

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    Cíntia RibeiroBulan Yang lalu

    Brasil 🇧🇷 Arte, Van Gogh ❤️

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    gggfxBulan Yang lalu

    He has a very warming way of speaking; like a father showing his boy round the workshop for the first time. Was lovely to see David's reactions to Van Goghs observations too; so authentic, and clearly someone who loves his craft in a happy way

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    Rickzo musicBulan Yang lalu

    Name of background track?

  53. author

    ScrapArtBulan Yang lalu

    How many works has he made so farr?

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    shoeboxofangelsBulan Yang lalu

    David Hockney is the greatest living artist in this world right now. He is as great a Van Gogh, Picasso, Francis Bacon, Basquiat, Rothko etc... Even 100's of years from now people will be marveling how much of a genius he is. He is diamond! He is a blessing to this world!

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    shoeboxofangelsBulan Yang lalu

    Van Gogh inspires me too. Love his work!

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    British Comedy Bronco Rothschild Triple AgentBulan Yang lalu

    Don McLean he keeps getting better!

  57. author

    gabbsdadBulan Yang lalu

    Some people you just like listening to!

  58. author

    Thomas KaBulan Yang lalu

    What a great and nice interview ! Thanks.

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    DamienBulan Yang lalu

    Emotional and very sensitive persons cry seeing Vincent art, he was just more than that. He left himself and his message into his art. Forever.

  60. author

    Julio RibeiroBulan Yang lalu

    Uma lenda viva, é incrível!!!

  61. author

    Brian TysonBulan Yang lalu

    What a mensch

  62. author

    Manuel BrancoBulan Yang lalu

    Millet will never amounts to nuttin 😬

  63. author

    Colonel Walter E.Bulan Yang lalu

    Wonderful.

  64. author

    Jenny BleasdaleBulan Yang lalu

    Thank you David Hockney.

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    Demetrius FullerBulan Yang lalu

    --wait, what?? That's your ending message? "Do what you're good at?!" Um, no.

  66. author

    shigshoBulan Yang lalu

    Beautiful. A great idea having him sing there.

  67. author

    lisa weijersBulan Yang lalu

    ik geef toe est trassant

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    Bernard PoulinBulan Yang lalu

    David Hockney?. . . . . . . . Vincent Van Gogh?. . . . . .The former is equal to the latter??? Give me a fucking break! Hockney does not come anywhere near Vincent Van Gogh and never will! Hockney's "colossal works" don't measure up (and never will)to Van Gogh's sensual, timeless smallest pieces. The illusion of being equal to is not the same as BEING equal to. Erections and nature? The guy (Hockney) is a promotional master who has more talent in the area of selling than he definitely has in the area of artistic talent and a "je ne sais quoi" in the area of drawing and painting and sensual transmission of a notion or idea or impression or impact. He can't draw and he can't paint. Because a populist world has recognized him, does that mean he can equate himself to the likes of Van Gogh simply because he has the power of money and popularity???? Give me a break! Lord we live in a stupid era!

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    Sebastian WendelBulan Yang lalu

    I saw the exhibition in Paris two years ago - a restrospective - it was wonderful ... and indeed it was no "bullshit art" and no "pirouettes art" at all :-)

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    Tony OkecoBulan Yang lalu

    Rusty lake fan!!!!!

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    robert b. howse2 bulan yang lalu

    Look at the old slapper lapping it up.😂😁😃 David Hackney sure did pull the wool😨

  72. author

    Jack Rainfield2 bulan yang lalu

    This is awesome! I think the artist Charlotte Casper did an incredible job and I bet that Vincent would be proud of her work.

  73. author

    Bris Vegas2 bulan yang lalu

    Vincent was truly a genius, hockney is good too.

  74. author

    Colonel Walter E.2 bulan yang lalu

    I wonder if Wheatfield with Cypresses has the same colour changes. I bet it does upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/ce/Wheat-Field-with-Cypresses-%281889%29-Vincent-van-Gogh-Met.jpg

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    Alice Lu2 bulan yang lalu

    okay these are just normal artists

  76. author

    Wesley 9392 bulan yang lalu

    Thise is Holland, can i vertell, why LOVE van Gogh museum, why forget resto ,

  77. author

    Ernie Llerena2 bulan yang lalu

    Breaks my heart that I'm living the same life as he is yet I have nothing after I'm dead. The fact that his paintings became famous after his death it's kind of a mockery.

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    Colonel Walter E.2 bulan yang lalu

    Wonderful story and great work by the gallery workers. I like her little joke about it taking a long time to reproduce the spontaneous brush strokes. hehe

  79. author

    Colonel Walter E.2 bulan yang lalu

    Fascinating. The frame has had woodworm?

  80. author

    Colonel Walter E.2 bulan yang lalu

    nice facts :)

  81. author

    Colonel Walter E.2 bulan yang lalu

    brought a tear to my eye. Cheers Don.

  82. author

    Lydia Rowe2 bulan yang lalu

    Beautiful David Hockney...producing the most marvelous art..seeing the parallels between Van Gogh and him Such a joy to see these works with Spring coming.🍀

  83. author

    Aaron D2 bulan yang lalu

    Wow this warmed my heart so much!

  84. author

    Classical Music112 bulan yang lalu

    Paintings are not restored very often, so an opportunity to restore such a famous work of art only comes around perhaps once or twice in a lifetime. These people are very lucky indeed.

  85. author

    jacek pokrak2 bulan yang lalu

    why people love compmaturism ?

  86. author

    4amazinggrace2 bulan yang lalu

    Just missed him by 4 days.

  87. author

    Sally Mega2 bulan yang lalu

    I can relate to this man :'(

  88. author

    Fun-with-purpose 142 bulan yang lalu

    Hockney is blah

  89. author

    Alonzo Mozeris2 bulan yang lalu

    greatness.

  90. author

    Wenceslao Futanaki2 bulan yang lalu

    Meh no connection one is a genius the other barely gets away with it..

  91. author

    netsaosa2 bulan yang lalu

    69

  92. author

    jadeck582 bulan yang lalu

    I adore this man.

  93. author

    Sally Siegel2 bulan yang lalu

    Hockney should worship Matisse the master of color.

  94. author

    Mr .Creosote2 bulan yang lalu

    Dedicated to anyone who has a creative mind and struggles to turn their inner images into reality through any medium, be it music, poetry art of anything else. And I don't mean middle lass pomposity.

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    Wesley 9392 bulan yang lalu

    Wat It sow, is main lastpoket,and la every

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    The Singing Bagger2 bulan yang lalu

    Loved the time at the musuem in 2000 when Ton Roosedaal flew me out to gameblender conference. It would be nice if the musuem would invest $400 in a common VR180 camera or the $200 Lenovo Mirage (I own and use in my channel) and show closeup the textures of the painting including the one with grains of sand embedded in the buttery oil of the beach painting. Stereo VR180 offers detail that no othe medium would show and musuems are perfect for virtual tours, It would entice and possibly motivate tourism from people who own such stereo VR headsets as the Oculus Go ($200) and PSVR ($100-150) . I own two Oculus GO's as well as the Lenovo camera. Note you can directly upload videos from mirage to youtube, IDreporter has a VR app for Oculus GO which is one of the primary sources of VR180 content. Note the Rembrandt house and Anne Franke house have VR180 experience apps on the Oculus Store as well as the common Cirque De Soliel app. I would like to see more VR180 content of the Oculus Go as since the Oculus Quest release the Go headsets will lower in price and gain more widespread acceptance, possibly of assisted living and retirement homes where older people have need for immersive experiences that could lead to purchase of group tours of amsterdam. -- This message was typed entirely from within an Oculus Go headset with its chrome-like web browser, By the way Go's and Quest's do not require a cellphone or computer to operate, they are self contained all that is required is at least a power source and at most a WiFi connection.

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    Triumf Dula2 bulan yang lalu

    I had lost any respect for this man when i heard him call cezanne apples as cannonballs and he was trying to explain how thei'r done and certainly not really knowing what he was talking about, in fact at cezanne works as with most of impressionists the point where not apples and their shape but game of colors, drama and brushstrokes, found best on apples, anyway i think i got back some admiration for this artist when i heard him say that he is little near to van gogh and he admires him.

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    Victoria J2 bulan yang lalu

    This makes no sense. It seems they are just trying to sell their new skateboard collection. This is sad to see. The museum has no soul anymore. They let corporations use Vincent's paintings on anything if they can make money. At least this time they say its for charity, but it seems they just want Vincent's images to be hip with the youth. So they partner with Vans sneakers and Heineken too. Then they attract people to the museum who just want to make selfies and don't appreciate the paintings. Maybe they should just focus on running the museum and fixing the many problems there. The museum is like an amusement park these days... no etiquette, no manners, no respect for the art or other guests. Crying babies & baby buggies are in every room, and unsupervised children are running around or sitting on the floor. People block view of the paintings to take photos even though photos are not allowed. Most of the security guards do nothing. They sit around chatting with eachother and ignore the chaos and cameras. The touch-screens with info throughout the museum rarely work. The descriptive texts on the walls have had letters missing for weeks. The museum seems totally mismanaged overall.

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    Cristiane Nishiyama2 bulan yang lalu

    “For they could not love you But still your love was true And when no hope was left in sight On that starry, starry night You took your life, as lovers often do But I could have told you, Vincent This world was never meant for one As beautiful as you” So beautiful and sad at the same time, always makes me cry

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    David Baillieul2 bulan yang lalu

    Oh, I wish I was there to see that! Thanks for posting!