What is there to see?
The early Van Gogh presents over 120 works from the period 1880-1885 from the museum’s own, extensive Van Gogh collection. The emphasis is on Van Gogh’s drawings. Read more about The early Van Gogh here
There are also paintings on display from the period in which Van Gogh lived and worked in France. These include: Terrace of a café at night, Bridge at Arles, Sunflowers gone to seed, The good Samaritan, Path in the garden of the asylum, Sorrowful old man and Country road in Provence by night, Roses and peonies, Still life with meadow and roses, Basket of apples, Moulin de la Galette, Interior of a restaurant, La Berceuse, L'Arlésienne, The sower, Wheat field with reaper and sun.
Vincent van gogh's second home
The Kröller-Müller Museum is Vincent van Gogh’s second home. With almost 90 paintings and over 180 drawings, the museum has the second-largest Van Gogh collection in the world.
Mr and Mrs Kröller-Müller and their advisor H.P. Bremmer
Today Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) is one of the world’s most famous artists, but he received little recognition during his lifetime. He sold very few works and was supported financially by his brother Theo. At the start of the 20th century he was still only celebrated in small circles. The art teacher H.P. Bremmer was among these admirers. He regarded Van Gogh as one of the ‘great spirits of modern art’ and advised Helene Kröller-Müller to purchase his work. Between 1908 and 1929, together with her husband Anton, she accumulated the unique collection that is now preserved in the museum. The attention that the Kröller-Müller’s devoted to Van Gogh has contributed greatly to the recognition that his work currently enjoys.