Rarely seen landscape by Vincent van Gogh
The exhibition Travelling with Vincent - Van Gogh in Drenthe features a rarely seen work. Vincent van Gogh (1853 - 1890) made the watercolour during his stay in Drenthe. The colourful watercolour has been in a Canadian family collection for more than 40 years and has never been exhibited in all that time.
A new landscape
For the relatively unknown watercolour Landscape with a farm, Vincent van Gogh used a phenomenal colour palette. The work foreshadows the later rich colouring for which Van Gogh is known. As far as we know, this watercolour has not been shown in a museum presentation before. Read more.