At Eternity's Gate
Diary • 09 settembre, 2018
"At Eternity's Gate" is the oil painting on canvas by the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, made in 1890 in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and based on an earlier lithograph, kept at the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo . The work was completed at the beginning of May, at a time when van Gogh was convalescing from a serious relapse of his state of health and about two months before his death, which occurred at the age of 37 for a weapon wound. firearm, most likely self-inflicted.
"At Eternity's Gate" is the movie that tells about the last years of Vincent Van Gogh that has won the Green Drop Award 2018, a prize awarded for the past seven years to the best environmental film among those competing at the Venice Film Festival and promoted by association Green Cross Italia Ong
"At this moment Nature is at risk and humanity is in danger. It is necessary and vital to safeguard it. This is the most essential issue we are all facing in the world. We are deeply honored that our work is considered a contribution to shed light on this issue and to raise people's awareness. I thank you on behalf of my children and all our children for your work. As Vincent Van Gogh says in our film 'God is Nature and Nature is beauty' ".
Lido di Venezia, 7th september 2018
art, art lovers