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The "My dream exhibition" of Van Gogh at the Beurs Van Berlage in Amsterdam.

Photography of  the Beurs Van Berlagen ( Stock Exchange) in Amsterdam by Tzina Alimpoutaki-Joustra.
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" Vincent Van Gogh: My dream exhibition " until 19 May 2013 depicts from the first time in the art history paintings by Van Gogh which are digitally restored and so given back their original colors and the actually expressions of the great artist.
At the Damrak in the centre of Amsterdam the Beurs Van Berlagen which was designed as a commodity exchange( 1896-1903) by the famous architect Hendrik Berlage shows the major part of Van Gogh's works  on really size and ordered in the fact of making through its creator.
Due to innovative techniques as stereoscopie and in combination with 3D animations Van Gogh's art is being expressed the actual appearance of the paintings at the time of their creation.

                                       Vincent Willem Van Gogh. Bridge of Vanglois. 1888

                                           Vincent Willem Van Gogh. The old Mill. 1888.

Two hundred from the most significant Van Gogh's paintings which have been digitally retouched shows their really beautiful calours and how Van Gogh actually intended his work to be.
The part of Van Gogh's 'De sterrennacht' (1889) between the white lines is giving its colour without digitally retouch.
In comparison with the biggest part that was digitally retouched the difference is really clear.
The Van Gogh's works are also accompanied by quotes from more than 800 letters that he send special to his brother Theo Van Gogh and wanted to share with him his dreams about art and feelings.
                                         Vincent Willem Van Gogh. Zelfportrait. 1886-1887.

Vincent Willem Van Gogh. Bedroom in Arles. 1888. Current location Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam.
The Netherlands.

                                                 Vincent Willem Van Gogh. Irises. 1889.

                 The ' My dream exhibition" of the Dutch great Vincent Willem Van Gogh in Amsterdam.

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