London exhibition showcasing Van Gogh
An exhibition is opening in the UK capital that features some of the best of Vincent Van Gogh''s work.
The major show is being held at the Royal Academy of Arts from Saturday (January 23rd) and people working in finance jobs in London may like to visit the Real Van Gogh: The Artist and His Letters during their free time.
More than 35 original letters are included in the exhibition, alongside around 65 paintings and 30 drawings illustrating the correspondence.
It charts the life of the painter, who lived between 1853 and 1980 and is the first major show focused on Van Gogh in London for more than 40 years.
Curated by Ann Dumas of the Royal Academy of Arts in London and experts from Amsterdam''s Van Gogh Museum, it will run until April 18th 2010.
Additionally, banking professionals in the city could visit the British Museum to view the Staffordshire Hoard, the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found, until April 17th this year.