Van Gogh in the Complesso Vittoriano in Rome: Until February 6th, 2011.

Exhibition Vincent van Gogh: Timeless Countryside and Modern City
Where Complesso Vittoriano
Address Via San Pietro in Carcere – Roma
When Until February 6th, 2011
Opening hours 9.30am-7.30pm (Fri-Sat: 9.30am-11.30pm; Sun: 9.30am-8.30pm)
Admission 12 Euros
Phone number (+39) 06 6780664

For the first time in more than 20 years an exhibition highlighting the work of the Dutch impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh will take place in Rome.

The exhibition is hosted in the (Complesso del) Vittoriano, behind the Fori Imperiali in the center of Italy’s capital. The exhibition, titled “Vincent van Gogh: Timeless Countryside and Modern City”, will last until February 6th, 2011. During this period, over 100 of Van Gogh’s masterpieces will be displayed in the Vittoriano Complex. Two thirds of the paintings were done by the artist himself, while the others are pieces by painters like Cèzanne and Millet, Seurat and Gauguin, in short artists who greatly influenced the Dutch master during his short life.

Many of the paintings are on loan from other major European and North-American museums. There are also works from private collections, that can only rarely be seen by the general public.

As the title of the exhibition indicates, the theme is the contrast between the timelessness of the countryside and the speed and ever changing nature of life in the city.


Directions from the B&B Chaplin Hostel Rome: Walk to Termini and take metro line B to the Colosseo stop. Turn right when you exit the underground system and walk along the Via dei Fori Imperiali until you find the Via San Pietro in Carcere on your left.

Directions from the hostel Little Italy Bed and Breakfast Rome: Take metro line A to Roma Termini. Change onto line B and following the directions above.

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