The Sunflowers of Van Gogh

Paintings don't come much more iconic than Van Gogh's incredible 'Sunflowers', and a new exhibition at the National Gallery brings two of them together for the first time in 65 years. In 1888, the Dutchman painted five versions of these blooms while waiting for the arrival in Arles, south of France, of his friend, the painter Paul Gauguin. Don't miss out this opportunity and get inspired for free!

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