CLEVELAND – A new exhibition of four works by Vincent Van Gogh is now on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The exhibition shows two masterpieces and two works on paper. One of the paper artworks is an etching – the only one Van Gogh ever created.
The exhibition can be viewed at the Nancy F. and Joseph P. Keithley Gallery.
Here’s a look at each piece of art in the exhibition:
The big plane trees (road mender in Saint-Rémy)
Two poplars in the Alpilles near Saint-Rémy
Landscape with a wheelbarrow
“Given the recent increased public interest in Vincent van Gogh, we wanted to take this opportunity to showcase a selection of real masterpieces by the artist,” said William M. Griswold, Director of the CMA. “We look forward to welcoming our visitors to this free installation.”
TIED TOGETHER: Immersive setting by Van Gogh for his Cleveland exhibition
The museum recently announced that all staff, volunteers and contractors working on-site at the museum must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by November 1st. Visitors do not need to be vaccinated, but face covering is required inside the museum, according to a policy in effect at CMA as of August 10th.
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