Contributing to the preservation of Van Gogh

The Van Gogh Museum holds the biggest collection of Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpieces in the world. It is responsible for the preservation of the original pieces and the curation of the world-renowned artist’s life. The maintenance of these works is costly.
 
The Van Gogh Museum heavily relies on the 75% of revenue it generates from ticket sales and merchandise. Being a cultural entrepreneur, the Van Gogh Museum is continually looking for new audiences, markets and new sources of income, such as the Van Gogh Museum Editions.
 
The Van Gogh Museum Edition Collection are high-quality full scale limited works of Vincent van Gogh. They are the result of a new and unique technical breakthrough in three-dimensional modeling, called Reliefography. The patent belongs to the Fujifilm Belgium. The development proces took 7 years in close collaboration with Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
 
Each canvas is painstakingly examined and compared to the original work by the museum’s curators before being admitted as an authentic Van Gogh Museum Edition.
 
The vivid colors and textures on some of the original paintings have started decaying, and maintaining these is essential to the visual beauty of Van Gogh’s masterpieces. As an investor, in addition to participating in this cultural entrepreneurship, you play a key role in the preservation of the timeless works of art of one of the most influential artists who ever lived. 
By Pietro Negri Online PR Assistant 11-12-2015