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Van Gogh masterpieces hits the NGV

11 May 2017

Van Gogh masterpieces hits the NGV Image

By Melissa Chung

National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is delivering “Van Gogh and the Seasons” as the 22nd exhibition in the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series.

Van Gogh and the Seasons is running from April 28 to July 9 to explore Van Gogh’s fascination in how the changing seasons represent the circle of life – birth, bloom, maturity and death.

The Australian-exclusive exhibition showcases Van Gogh’s paintings, drawings, personal letters and his artwork collections, which are gathered from different parts of the world.

“Vincent Van Gogh was one of the greats of the art world and this exhibition is set to be another drawcard for the NGV, which is not only Australia’s most popular gallery but one of the top 20 most visited across the globe,” said Martin Foley, Minister for Creative Industries.

The Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series has attracted more than 5.2 million people and has generated $440 million since the State Government established it in 2004.

Mr Foley said the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series had built a reputation for bringing must-see exhibitions to Victoria.

Tickets are now available at

www.ngv.vic.gov.au

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