At The Kröller Möller

The family has a history no doubt. And if you choose to visit the museum, set aside some travel time, and a good chunk of viewing time. There is a lot to see in this really wonderful collection. Most famously the van Gogh’s, but much much much other stuff you studied in art history, and much wonderful stuff you didn’t study in art history by less well known artists.

I floated through the Van Gogh’s, not unappreciative. But I did stop to see the Redon’s.

And stalled a few people from getting in the best viewing spot in front of this De Chirico. I liked best the space it lives in; an illustration using strong graphic black lines and paint, and the flat, paper-like, engraving-like, surface.

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