Would you like to join the Vincent van Gogh Art Webinar?
Webinar duration: 60 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A
Webinar price: 25 euros per person (private art webinar – 150 euros per group of up to four participants)
However, few know he was also one of the first modern travellers who lived and worked in four countries. He also had different professions before becoming a painter at 27. Van Gogh painted for only ten years. However, he created more than 1,800 paintings and drawings during that time.
During this art webinar, you’ll learn about his life and places in Europe where he lived and worked. We’ll also talk and see many of his paintings and drawings and learn about his life through them. During his career as an artist, Van Gogh wrote numerous letters to his brother Theo, often mentioning his paintings too. So, we’ll also learn about them through his own words.
Some of the topics we’ll talk about:
- Van Gogh’s life before he became a painter at the age of 27
- Distinctive changes in his painting style throughout his career
- Van Gogh’s letters
- Why Van Gogh is such an important painter
- Influence of his personal life on his art
Some of the artworks we’ll discuss:
- The Potato Eaters
- Van Gogh’s self-portraits
- Almond Blossom
- The Starry Night
Would you like to join the Meet Vincent van Gogh Art Webinar?
Next Meet Vincent van Gogh Art Webinar: Thursday, 19 October 2023 at 7 pm (CET), 1 pm (EDT), 10 am (PDT)
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Who is your lecturer?
Your lecturer is Tea Gudek Snajdar, an art historian (MA), museum educator, writer, blogger and occasional curator. And, most importantly, a former museum guide at the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. During the four years she organised private tours there, Tea explored their famous paintings in detail. She also researched locations linked to the life and work of Vincent van Gogh during the two-week-long trip from Amsterdam to the south of France. In a moment, she’s writing a book on that topic.
Tea writes texts about cultural tourism, travel, museums and art. And also works on diverse cultural tourism, art promotion and museum education projects within her company Culture Tourist.
You can check all of Culture Tourist Art Webinars on this link.