29th June 2012

School trips to Amsterdam hoping to visit the superb Vincent Van Gogh collection will now be able to visit in a new temporary location at the Hermitage in Amsterdam.

Organised in the Keizersvleugel wing of the Hermitage in Amsterdam, the new exhibition will be entitled ‘Vincent’ and will host some 75 Van Gogh paintings, including some of his most popular such as Sunflowers, Almond Blossom, The Potato Eaters and The Yellow House.  In addition, a selection of important letters from Van Gogh, works on paper, and other important objects from the life of Van Gogh will be on display.  The ‘Vincent’ exhibition allows school trips to Amsterdam the opportunity to follow Van Gogh’s quest to uncover his artistic identity.

The ‘Vincent’ exhibition is a superb opportunity for art school trips looking into impressionism, as it coincides with another exhibition at the Hermitage entitled ‘Impressionism: Sensation & Inspiration”, which is on display until 13th January 2013.  This is a superb opportunity to see stunning nineteenth-century works by both Van Gogh and his contemporaries on school trips to Amsterdam.  The Van Gogh exhibition will return to its usual home at Museumplein on 2nd May 2013, where it will be celebrating its 40th anniversary year.

Adaptable Travel organise school trips to Amsterdam each year for hundreds of UK school and college pupils, for a wide range of subjects.  To organise your next school trip contact Adaptable Travel today.

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