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We have a very special opportunity for the art history lovers among you! We are delighted to be able to offer 20 of our Friends an exclusive private tour of the renovated Van Gogh House in Stockwell, South London, on Tuesday 30 November from 11am – 12.30pm.

The tour will be followed by a chance to chat to other Friends over lunch at the stunning Café Van Gogh in Brixton.

About the Van Gogh House

Post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) came to London in 1873 aged 20 to work at the art dealership Goupil & Co. For a year between 1873-74, he lodged at 87 Hackford Road, Stockwell.

The Van Gogh House is now a Grade II listed building that has been renovated and conserved by the Wang family. Established as a site of creative production, 87 Hackford Road remains dedicated to preserving Van Gogh’s remarkable career while supporting the next generation of artists, writers, and designers.

Want to find out more and see the House for yourself? Then why not join us on 30 November? There are 20 free places available – first come, first served!

If you’d like to find out more about becoming a Friend of the Dutch Centre, see our Become A Friend page.

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On Thursday 27 May, to commemorate Dutch Liberation Day in with the documentary screening of  Flying Over Polder Lines’  This documentary tells the story of the recovery of remains of a WW2 aircraft and its British-Canadian crew from a Dutch lake. It captures what the recovery means to the relatives of these heroic young men who never returned from the war. After the screening there will be a short Q&A. 


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