Van Gogh exhibition in Orsay museum

August 7, 2023

Why you’ll love this

  • Unprecedented exhibition to focus on Van Gogh’s final months
  • Vincent Van Gogh’s last landmark paintings
  • The mystery of Van Gogh’s death
  • Stories and anecdotes
  • Intimate and friendly atmosphere


Length: 2.5 hours
Included: Private guided tour of the exhibition
Group size*: max 6
Availability: Every day except Monday
Meeting point ** 1 Rue de la Légion d’Honneur, 75007 Paris
Cancellation: 100% refund up to 48 hours before your tour
Reservation: BOOK NOW


For my  private tour the prices will be calculated as fairly as possible depending on the number of people (your family & friends only) and the season. I will confirm you the best offer within the shortest possible time after we receive your request.


Early booking is strongly advised in order to guarantee more availabilities.
* unless it is a family
** I can pick you up at the hotel or another place on request

About the exhibition “Vincent Van Gogh’s final months in Auvers-sur-Oise”. 

Vincent Van Gogh died at the age of 37 in Auvers – Sur – Oise.
Arriving in May he died on July 29 in 1890 by suicide.
While you may know his name, do you know how he spent the last 70 days of his life in this city one hour from Paris ?
How many paintings did he paint?
What were his favourite subjects?
What was his last painting?
This is the first time that an exhibition has been organized around this period of Vincent Van Gogh’s life, during which he created some of his greatest works.
In the exhibition you will discover the world of Vincent Van Gogh through some of his most iconic and important works.
The exhibition will feature such works as The church of Auvers-sur-Oise, Portrait of Dr. Gachet, Wheatfield with Crows, Tree roots.
I will be happy to take you through this extraordinary exhibition.

About Orsay museum

The Musée d’Orsay is located in the heart of Paris, in one of the most coveted and elegant neighborhoods of the Left Bank: Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Its magnificent structure and great dial stand along the Seine River, the vertebral column of the city. Facing the great river, the Tuileries Gardens, and the Louvre — once the French king’s residence in the 14th century and now home to one of the biggest art collections in the world — the Musée d’Orsay situates itself as a significant and emblematic monument in the French capital.

Orsay’s collection is made up of work from the Louvre, the Musée de Jeu de Paume, the Musée du Luxembourg, and the Centre Pompidou and retraces art history from 1848 to 1914. Most notably, its halls are home to the richest impressionist collection in the world, which allows us to follow this important European artistic movement from its origins to its fulfillment at the end of the 19th century.

Meeting up

Olga, the enthusiastic Delicious Paris founder, will meet you outside Orsay museum, at the Rhinoceros statue.







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