Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles, Arles

Categories: Art Galleries, Art Museums, Museums
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3.4/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • Come to the Van Gogh Exhibition, I was a little sad not being able to enjoy the paintings at their fair value. The foundation walls are either bordeaux (which was the first part of the exhibition with very dark paintings), which crushed most luminous paintings of the second part of the exhibition to be blue. White walls would be a thousand times more suitable for a museum. Too bad because I could see paintings that almost never leave the Museum of Amsterdam
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  • A worthwhile Foundation committed to showcasing modern-art and Van Gogh. It is not a gallery for the works of Van Gogh. We did very much enjoy the current exhibit is a collection of works by Urs Fisch...  read more »
  • On October 1, 2016 we made a special trip to Arles expecting to see a significant exhibit of Van Gogh and only one Van Gogh painting " Undergrowth" was displayed. That said, the very modern exhibit of...  read more »
  • Wonderful museum - current exhibition with many Van Gogh from the Kröller-Müller Museum is fantastic - an absolute must for any Van Gogh lovers
  • If you're in Arles don't miss the fondation van gogh and don't forget the roof top
  • I agree other review saying it is not worth to spend money and time. it is only 3 or 5 euro cheaper than musee o'rdsay but have ony one Van gogh painting. also displayed picture shown in google is other place near this museum.
  • We were on an extended holiday from Australia and were so pleased that a we found out about the Fondation and that we were able to visit and experience at first hand the work of the fondation. Such a lovely building and to get to see his works of art was icing on the cake. We did exit through the Book shop and bought up big.
  • Rubbish! Waste of money. Only one measly little self-portrait on display which they don't tell you until they have your money.
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