Vincent Van Gogh

Early Van Gogh Landscape ‘Fishing Net Menders in the Dunes’ Heading for Auction

Vincent Van Gogh spent the early part of his career in the Netherlands and was inspired to paint an iconic landscape “Fishing Net Menders in the Dunes.” The early representation of his work is heading for the auction block and is expected to fetch up to $6 million. The painting is on display in Paris and will be auctioned June 4. It will be the first Van Gogh auctioned there in more than 20 years....

Van Gogh, Gauguin, Chagall Headline Rare Phillips Collection Show (photos!)

Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin and Marc Chagall, and their works will be combined in a new exhibition at the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., bringing together works assembled by two noted Swiss collectors for the first and only time in the United States. The Phillips will exhibit more than 60 celebrated masterpieces by titans of the modern art movement. All were created during the mid-19th and 20th centuries....

Stolen Paul Cezanne Painting Recovered After Four Years

A painting by the French artist Paul Cezanne, worth an estimated $100 million, has been found relatively unscathed four years after it was stolen at gunpoint from a Swiss museum by three masked robbers. The painting, Boy in a Red Waistcoat, was one of four stolen from the E. G. Buehrle Collection in Zurich in 2008 by three robbers who burst in just before closing time and told staff to lie on the floor while hand-picked the paintings to steal....