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The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain – Witness the Work of a Post-Impressionist Master

The ongoing EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain continues to offer art lovers in England a unique chance to view more than 50 works of art by this post-impressionist master. It places special focus on how Vincent van Gogh was inspired by Britain as well as how he, in turn, influenced British artists. Begun in March this year, the exhibition will run till 11th August 2019; it is being hosted at the Tate Britain which is within easy reach of Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel as well as other centrally located hotels near Kensington Palace.

The collection features some of Van Gogh’s most famed works such as Starry Night over the Rhône, At Eternity’s Gate, L’Arlésienne and Sunflowers. The artist who briefly lived in England as a youth was inspired by the paintings of Millais and Constable; some of their paintings are also featured here along with works by British artists like David Bomberg and Francis Bacon who were inspired by Van Gogh.