Vangoghmuseum's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@vangoghmuseum

Brazil

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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 1.60%. The average number of likes per post is 22507 and the average number of comments is 115.

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.

Followers
1,383,029
Avg Likes
22,507
Avg Comments
115
Posts
1,707
Global Rank
11,700
Country Rank
1,804
Category Rank
40

GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR VANGOGHMUSEUM

Female
58.2 %
Male
41.8 %

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 %

RECENT POSTS

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📝 ‘Auvers is really beautiful […] it’s the heart of the countryside, distinctive and picturesque’. 🌾 Van Gogh loved the countryside! The village of Auvers was a great source of inspiration to him. 🎨While he was there, Vincent sometimes made a painting a day. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Daubigny's Garden (1890) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

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One of Vincent’s favourite subjects. 🌸 Large blossoming branches against a blue sky. Almond trees flower early in the spring, making them a symbol of new life. 🎁 The painting was a gift for his brother Theo and sister-in-law Jo, who had just had a baby son: Vincent Willem. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Almond Blossom (1889) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

20,637 57

👀 Can you see how Hiroshige III has depicted a bird from below on this woodcut? Van Gogh was inspired by these types of prints, which are called kachōga. He identified with the Japanese attention to detail. 🌻 Utagawa Hiroshige III, Morning Glory and Oriental Greenfinch, from the album New Selection of Birds and Flowers (1871-1873) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

31,002 108

📝 ‘At the moment the improvement is continuing, the whole horrible crisis has disappeared like a thunderstorm, and I’m working here with calm, unremitting ardour to give a last stroke of the brush’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1890. 🏥He was soon to leave the asylum, and was in good spirits. 🌻 detail: Vincent van Gogh, Roses (1889) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

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What do you do to calm down? 🍃Vincent had his own special way. 📝 ‘But anyway, I think I shan’t urge you too much to read such dramatic books when I myself, returning from this reading, am always obliged to go and gaze at a blade of grass, a pine-tree branch, an ear of wheat, to calm myself’, wrote Vincent to his sister Willemien from the asylum. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Garden with Butterflies (1889) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

30,286 125

🎨Van Gogh much preferred painting outdoors, surrounded by nature. But that wasn’t always possible. When he was at the asylum, he was not allowed to paint beyond the garden walls. 🖌️ Vincent dedicated himself to his work. He probably had very little oil paint and canvas left when he made this: he painted it on cardboard using thinned, leftover paint. 🌻Vincent van Gogh, Stairs in the Garden of the Asylum (1889) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

15,803 88

📝 ‘Since I’ve been here, the neglected garden planted with tall pines under which grows tall and badly tended grass intermingled with various weeds, has provided me with enough work, and I haven’t yet gone outside’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1889 from the asylum. 🎨 He thought that painting was the best remedy for his illness, but couldn’t work during one of his episodes. 🌻Vincent van Gogh, Undergrowth (1889) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

16,012 55

In between the jumble of trees, we see three women doing the washing. Making a colour woodcut like this was certainly not easy: the artist had to cut a separate wooden block for each colour! 🇯🇵 Lots of Japanese prints were made using this technique. And yet this forest is very European, it’s in Brittany! 🌻 Henri Rivière, Wash-place in the Woods at Loguivy from the series Paysages bretons (1894) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

24,751 139

📝 ‘Suppose I have to paint an autumn landscape, trees with yellow leaves – […] a symphony in yellow […] Much, everything comes down to my sense of the infinite variety of tones in the same family’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1885. 🍂 Four years later, he painted this autumn landscape. 👀 Can you see the variety that Vincent wanted to show in his paintings? 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, The Garden of Saint Paul's Hospital (‘Leaf-Fall’) (1889) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

28,553 120

📝 ‘No matter what people say; we painters work better in the country, everything there speaks more clearly, everything holds firm’. Vincent even wrote to his brother Theo: ‘[…] if I felt no love for nature and my work, then I would be unhappy’. 🌻Vincent van Gogh, Trees and Undergrowth (1887) #VanGoghWanders #Outside #Wanderlust #VanGoghMuseum #Art #Amsterdam #Museum #DailyArt #Nature

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