The prestigious Bonger art collection is currently on display at an exhibition in Amsterdam.
People with a passion for art should fit a visit to the Van Gogh Museum into their Amsterdam tours before September 20th this year to see the showcase.
Andries Bonger began his collection after being introduced to modern French art by Theo van Gogh, the brother of the great Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh.
He amassed a broad collection that included many works by his friends Odilon Redon and Emile Bernard. The Dutch state acquired a large part of the archive in 1996 and gave it to the Van Gogh Museum on a long-term loan.
Visitors to the new exhibition will be able to see more than 80 works including drawings, pastels, prints and pieces of embroidery by Redon and Bernard.
The showcase also includes letters, photographs, documents and paintings by Van Gogh and Paul Cezanne.
People interested in learning more about Van Gogh’s art can visit an exhibition dedicated to his representations of the evening and night, which will be open at the Amsterdam museum that bears his name until June 7th.
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