To the delight for every art enthusiast, the incredible collection at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is now up for virtual tours. By Kumar Shree

 

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Coronavirus pandemic is undoubtedly one of the worst crisis we have ever experienced. However, this situation also pushing us to try new things and methods on many fronts. Work from home, for instance, is one of them, and remote access to a destination, especially museums, galleries, and theatres is the other significant new. Joining the list of many museums and galleries to facilitate virtual tours is the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam — that houses the largest Van Gogh collection in the world. All of the collection is at your disposal now — tap, click, scroll and move around.

1. The Collection At Van Gogh Museum In Amsterdam

 

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One of the eminent factors that attract such a high footfall in Amsterdam, is the Van Gogh Museum. After all, who would not want to experience the generous culture haven replete with 200 paintings, 500 drawings and around 700 letters. Yes, such is the collection at Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

2. Van Gogh, The Artist

 

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Van Gogh was a Dutch artist, who after spending most of his life in anonymity, rose to the recognition of being one of the greatest masters in the history of painting. Today, he is celebrated for his association with the Post-Impressionist movement. Masterpieces like Sunflowers, The Potato Eaters, Almond Blossoms and even The Sower¬†have ensured his work never falls into the oblivion’s curse.

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