- NGV Member Adult $23
- Adult $28
- Concession $24.50
- Senior Card Holder $24.50
discount Wed only
- Child (5–15 years) $10
- NGV Member Family $50
(2 adults + 3 children)
- Family (2 adults + 3 children) $65
- Adult Unlimited (avail in person only) $70
Terms and conditions
28 Apr 17 – 9 Jul 17
OPEN 10am–5pm DAILY
SAT & SUN 9AM–5PM
Visitors to Van Gogh and the Seasons are encouraged to be mindful of other visitors when taking photographs in the exhibition to enable an enjoyable experience for all.
Please note: handheld devices only, no flash, no selfie sticks and no tripods permitted.
- Voluntary Guide tours
Daily 10.30am, 1pm & 2.30pm
Please register your interest at the Information Desk 30 minutes prior as capacity is limited.
- Group booked tours
Available daily, 11.30am & 3.30pm only
Van Gogh and the Seasons: Guided Tour in Italian
2 Jun, 12pm
7 Jul, 12pm
Van Gogh and the Seasons Access Tour: Auslan
11 Jun, 1pm
Van Gogh and the Seasons: Guided Tours in Mandarin
3 Jun, 12pm
10 Jun, 12pm
17 Jun, 12pm
The National Gallery of Victoria, in partnership with Art Exhibitions Australia, presents Van Gogh and the Seasons for the 2017 Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition. Curated by Sjraar van Heugten, independent art historian and former Head of Collections at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Van Gogh and the Seasons is exclusive to Melbourne and presents the largest collection of Van Gogh artworks to ever travel to Australia.
Van Gogh and the Seasons is presented within sections devoted to each of the four seasons. Viewers are invited to explore Van Gogh’s profound connection to nature through nearly 50 paintings and drawings, many of which depict places that were the setting for defining moments in the artist’s tumultuous life. Drawing extensively from Van Gogh’s personal letters and research into his interest in literature and nature, Van Gogh and the Seasons provides insight into the influences and themes that dominate much of this visionary artist’s work.
Van Gogh and the Seasons features works lent by leading international museums, including the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, and the Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, which respectively holds the largest and second largest collection of Van Gogh’s works in the world.
The exhibition is accompanied by a scholarly catalogue, a children’s publication, a suite of programs including talks, tours, events and NGV Friday Nights featuring live music, bars and dining.
The exhibition is organised by the National Gallery of Victoria and Art Exhibitions Australia