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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF VANGOGHMUSEUM
58.2% of vangoghmuseum's followers are female and 41.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 21639 and the average number of comments is 101.
Vangoghmuseum loves posting about Design, Photography, Travel.
Check vangoghmuseum's audience demography. This analytics report shows vangoghmuseum's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR VANGOGHMUSEUM
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF VANGOGHMUSEUM
- Art & Design 55.63 %
- Travel & Tourism 50.08 %
- Photography 50.08 %
- Beauty & Fashion 47.58 %
- Home & Garden 38.32 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 38.24 %
- Entertainment 34.92 %
- Technology & Science 34.04 %
- Business & Careers 33.78 %
- Books and Literature 33.58 %
- Movies and TV 33.49 %
- Luxury Goods 32.86 %
📝 ‘For although there are some who howl or usually rave, here there is much true friendship that they have for each other. They say, one must suffer others for the others to suffer us’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo, during his stay at the asylum. Do you agree with Vincent? Really get to know him through his letters in our exhibition ‘Your loving Vincent’. Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters. #VanGoghsGreatestLetters. #MondayMotivation #Exhibition #Amsterdam #VanGoghMuseum #VanGogh #ArtExhibition #DailyArt 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, The Garden of Saint Paul's Hospital (‘Leaf-Fall’) (1889)
Looks familiar? #VanGoghInspires Karin! She made photo reconstructions of Vincent's paintings. She painted the backgrounds, vases and books to make the colours match. For Karin, it was visual research in reconstructing what the artist might have seen. Photos © Karin Borghouts, from the book Vincent was here.
Shop now Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum winter\fall collection. Art is not some rigid construct but rather any creative endeavour whether that be within sports, design or technology – this modern reinterpretation of art opens up our vision. In this collection you can get close to Vincent in a new way. Order now in our Instagram shop. #DailyPaperxVanGoghMuseum @dailypaper #instagramshop #instagramshopping #museumshop #dailypaper #vangoghmuseum
📝 ‘I’m still working on that weed burner, whom I’ve caught better than before in a painted study as far as the tone is concerned, so that it conveys more of the vastness of the plain and the gathering dusk, and the small fire with the wisp of smoke is the only point of light’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1883. See the painting up close at our exhibition #VanGoghGreatestLetters 🌻Vincent van Gogh, Peasant Burning Weeds (1883) #ClosetoVincent #Exhibition #Amsterdam #VanGoghMuseum #VanGogh #DailyArt
What do sunflowers represent to you? ‘For me, the painting Sunflowers is all about positive energy, strength and health. I’ve got a growing number of articles about the work. Sunflowers are also known for being clever: they know exactly where the sun is, and turn to face it. And aside from that, it’s also simply a gorgeous flower. Whenever I have a bunch of sunflowers, it always brightens the place up, and cheers me up too. I also think sunflower seeds are delicious! Lightly roasted, with a pinch of salt. I loved them as a teenager, and I still do!’. This is the story of Marjorie, from our facility desk. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Sunflowers (1889)#VanGoghMuseumStaffStories #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #DailyArt #Museumstories #VanGogh#VanGoghSunflowers
Vincent thought it was important to always be decisive: 📝 ‘… like the peasant guiding his plough. (…) If one has no horse, one is one’s own horse’, he wrote to his brother Theo in 1883. #MondayMotivation. 🌻Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh with sketch of Man Pulling a Harrow, 28 October 1883 #ClosetoVincent #Exhibition #Amsterdam #VanGoghMuseum #VanGogh #DailyArt
📝 ‘I did do some work today, but I was overcome all at once by a malaise in my very marrow, and I don’t exactly know what to attribute it to. At such moments one would like to be made of iron and hates being only flesh and blood’. When Vincent wrote this letter, he had spent three years focused completely on his art. He was having a tough time of it. 📝 ‘This year I had a battle to carry on in the studio; sometimes it was terribly difficult to go on working. And I must renew my strength’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1883. But quitting was not something that Vincent knew how to do. 😉 Listen to his letters in our exhibition ‘Your loving Vincent’. Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters. You simply cannot get closer to Vincent! #VanGoghsGreatestLetters #ClosetoVincent #Exhibition #Amsterdam #VanGoghMuseum #VanGogh #VincentFridayFacts #ArtExhibition #DailyArt 🌻 Sheet 2 of a letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh with sketches of Fishing Boats on the Beach and Rooftops (recto)
Open now our exhibition ‘Your loving Vincent’. Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters. 📝 ‘But on the road that I’m on I must continue; if I do nothing, if I don’t study, if I don’t keep on trying, then I’m lost, then woe betide me. That’s how I see this, to keep on, keep on, that’s what’s needed. But what’s your ultimate goal, you’ll say. That goal will become clearer, will take shape slowly and surely, as the croquis becomes a sketch and the sketch a painting’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1880. It was in this year that Vincent took his brother’s advice to become an artist. This is just one of the letters on display in our exhibition ‘Your loving Vincent’. Book your ticket online now. #VanGoghsGreatestLetters #Exhibition #Amsterdam #VanGoghMuseum #VanGogh #ArtExhibition #DailyArt 🌻 Letter from Vincent van Gogh to Theo van Gogh with sketches of Van Gogh’s palette and Beach at Schevenginen with perspective frame (verso); Vincent van Gogh, View of the Sea at Scheveningen (1882)
Rather than just retelling his life story – something chronicled so definitively - in our collaboration with @dailypaper we choose to reinterpreted and reproduce. A selection of Van Gogh’s artworks transformed into a fall/winter collection. You'll rediscover some of your favourite artworks and some you might haven't seen before. Shop now in our Instagram shop. #DailyPaperxVanGoghMuseum
Who would you like to write a long and heart-warming letter to? For Theo that was his brother Vincent 📝 ‘…be aware that what gives me the greatest pleasure is when you’re well and when you’re at your work, which is admirable’. In a long and personal letter, Theo van Gogh pours his heart out to his brother Vincent. 🌻 Sheet 1 of a letter from Theo van Gogh to Vincent van Gogh, 30 June and 1 July 1890. #VanGoghsGreatestLetters #MondayMotivation #ClosetoVincent #Exhibition #Amsterdam #VanGoghMuseum #VanGogh #DailyArt
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