Van Gogh Panorama Painting on show one more time. Then on sale.


Eight years ago the complete Panorama Painting was exhibited next to the Van Gogh Church in Nuenen.  Artists from Nuenen and the surrounding area created a chronological image of the life and work of Vincent van Gogh, displayed on 45 canvasses with a total length of 90 metres. Part of this lifetime panorama can still be seen in the shop windows along the Berg. But the individual paintings are now going on sale. With the money raised, the Vincentre plans to teach young people about Vincent's life story in a manner that completely fits in with their own time and world. 

It was the weekend of 17 May 2009. Thousands of people walked past the 45 paintings which portrayed the complete story of Vincent's life, from his birthplace in Zundert to his grave in Auvers-sur-Oise.

The complete lifetime panorama will be on show one more time. That will take place on the weekend of Saturday 30 September and Sunday 1 October. The location is the shop buildings on Berg 7. Open from 12:00 to 17:00. 

On sale for a good cause.
All the paintings will be on sale for €450 each. The Vincentre will use the proceeds to buy a multimedia table and a large multi-touch screen. Young people will be immersed into Vincent's life story in a completely contemporary way. They will see images of his paintings, photos, videos and games and will get to know him better.

Click here for a complete overview of all available Panorama Paintings. 

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