The Van Gogh was an interesting museum. Van Gogh himself was a distinct painter like no other. Unlike numerous other artists, he didn’t start off as a painter and later chose that art was his calling. Van Gogh is a unique painter that used accentuated brush strokes and a wide blend of colors to create beautiful paintings. The Van Gogh museum shows a variety of Van Gogh’s art such as his self-portraits and his still lifes. There are also letters he had sent to his family and friends and his sketches before he painted. This shows that the Van Gogh Museum is not just about his art but also about celebrating his life. One interesting thing I noticed about the museum is how the art changed from each time period and the layout of the museum. The museum is split into his different styles of paintings. HIs paintings are unique because of the use of brush strokes to create a distinct image that seems 3D in a way. At the Museum there are microscopic views of his painting that show just how he used many brushstrokes to create a 3D image. While his famous works like “Sunflowers” were on display his unknown works were more interesting because they show his evolution as a painter. Unfortunately, they don’t allow pictures to be taken, So I don’t have any images I took to document my experience. so the images below are just a few of the paintings on display found online.