London's 'spectacular' 2024 Van Gogh show will focus on the artist’s greatest period—we delve into the details
“Van Gogh: Poets and Lovers” at the National Gallery will be presented in themes, tracing the story of his stay in Provence
'Closer to Vincent': the secrets of everyday objects in Van Gogh’s paintings
A book and exhibition will reveal surprising facts about some of the artist’s best-loved motifs
New research sheds light on Van Gogh’s problems with Gauguin, as revealed by the paintings of their favourite chairs
And why was “Vincent’s Chair” sold to London’s National Gallery in the 1920s, while “Gauguin’s Chair” was hidden away?
Why did Van Gogh fail to sell his work?
Although his paintings now fetch millions, during his lifetime he perhaps ended up pricing them too high
What lies behind the twisted forms of Van Gogh's mountain landscape at the Guggenheim in New York?
Vincent painted this powerful work just outside the walls of his asylum
Fake or the real deal?
Nine Van Gogh 'fakes' that have emerged as the real thing
The Oslo self-portrait and other paintings have been authenticated by the artist’s museum
Two Van Gogh fakes in Washington? Strong evidence produced against early drawings at the National Gallery of Art
Revelations in new book about an attic discovery throw fresh light on Vincent’s decision to become an artist
Not a fake: Van Gogh self-portrait is his only work painted while suffering psychosis, experts say
The newly attributed work is quite unlike Van Gogh’s other 35 self-portraits and reveals an intriguing insight into his mutilated ear
A good catch: The Mackerels now looks set to be authenticated as a genuine Van Gogh
The still life in Switzerland’s Reinhart collection was dismissed as a forgery
Fake no more: poppy painting in US museum is by Van Gogh—and has a surprise under the surface
Still life at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut, is authenticated after decades hidden in storage
Suicide or murder?
Ten myths about Vincent van Gogh
Why stories—from the mutilated ear to the eventual suicide—can distort our view of the art
Van Gogh: it was suicide, not murder
Julian Schnabel’s new film on Van Gogh is based on questionable assumptions
Van Gogh's suicide: Ten reasons why the murder story is a myth
All the evidence suggests it was the artist who fired the fatal shot
I held the gun that probably killed Van Gogh—and here is its story
The revolver discovered by a farmer in an Auvers field comes up for auction on 19 June
Van Gogh's ear
Did Van Gogh cut off his whole ear? Or only a part?
Key witnesses had different memories, so sorting out myth and reality is a challenge—but the truth would give valuable insight into the artist’s psyche
Gauguin blames Van Gogh over ear incident
Little known letter says he feared “a fatal and tragic accident” in the Yellow House
Van Gogh's life
A concise guide to Van Gogh’s adult life: how the artist celebrated his birthday over the years
From family gifts of cufflinks and chocolate to his darker days in the asylum, a look at where Vincent was and what he was doing on 30 March each year
Van Gogh’s self-portraits: what do they really reveal?
An exhibition at London’s Courtauld Gallery will be the most comprehensive ever held of Vincent's paintings of himself
Van Gogh’s unknown period: his life in a remote Dutch heathland region
A new study and a 2023 exhibition will reveal how Vincent’s art developed in Drenthe—an escape from city life and his lover Sien
The most famous bedroom in art history: secrets of Van Gogh’s nocturnal life
A story of changing wall colours, a pair of pillows, wartime bombs and the hunt for a lost bed
In a moving letter, Van Gogh complains about quarantine after his forced removal from the Yellow House
New exhibition at Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum is a unique opportunity to see Vincent’s correspondence, normally locked away in a vault
Van Gogh’s trusty pipe: how the artist believed that smoking helped his art
Vincent lay in bed, puffing away and dreamily composing his pictures
Van Gogh experienced lockdown—how did isolation impact on his art?
The artist once told his sister that isolation was “sometimes as hard to bear as exile”—but was necessary “if we want to work”
Methodical, well read and—above all—human: what we learn from the myth-busting edition of Van Gogh’s letters
A decade after the publication of Vincent's trove of correspondence, here is how the remarkable project has contributed to scholarship on his art
Mistaken identity: new discovery means there is only one known photograph of Vincent van Gogh
The childhood image that was assumed to be of Vincent is now believed to depict his brother Theo