Van Gogh Museum Edition Collection
The first permanent U.S installation of the Van Gogh Museum Edition Collection is now on exhibit and available for acquisition at Jeff Mitchum Galleries, Bellagio. This first-of-its-kind initiative by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is an entertaining and educational display that celebrates the iconic artist and provides an opportunity for the Las Vegas community to experience nine of Van Gogh’s masterpieces. Art aficionados, collectors, and gallery guests can see the beloved works of Vincent van Gogh like never before, up close and personal, and have the opportunity to own their own Van Gogh.
Van Gogh's original paintings are delicate and transporting them outside of the Van Gogh Museum can be hazardous, so the museum began exploring new ways and techniques of sharing his work with a global audience. Consequently, the Van Gogh Museum commissioned the “Van Gogh Museum Edition Collection,” that consists of nine limited editions of his masterpieces carefully selected: “Almond Blossom,” “Sunflowers,” “The Harvest,” “Wheatfield under Thunderclouds,” “Boulevard de Clichy,” “Undergrowth,” “The Bedroom,” “Fishing Boats on the Beach at Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer,” and “Landscape at Twilight.”
Using highly advanced fine art reproduction technology, these premium qualities, three-dimensional reproductions of Van Gogh's masterpieces pay exclusive tribute to his artistic genius and avant-garde approach to art.
“Van Gogh often used thick applications of paint on his canvas, making his work well suited to showcase the new technology used to produce the Van Gogh Museum Edition Collection. These high-quality limited editions allow people to experience the power and strength of Van Gogh’s imaginative brush work in an innovative new manner as well as to acquire their own Van Gogh masterpiece,” explained Axel Rüger, director of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
The Van Gogh Museum has authorized a certified and numbered limited edition of 260 editions for each of the nine masterpieces, which contains imaging of both sides of the painting and includes a museum quality frame. Small details like the stickers on the back stretcher bars highlight where and when the painting has been exhibited throughout the world.