Starting in March, Tate Britain will hold a major exhibition about Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain, which highlights how Van Gogh was inspired by British art, literature and culture throughout his career and how he in turn inspired British artists, from Walter Sickert to Francis Bacon. Bringing together the largest group of Van Gogh paintings shown in the UK for nearly a decade, The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain will include over 45 works by the artist from public and private collections around the world. They include: Self-Portrait (National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1889), L’Arlésienne (Museu de Arte de São Paolo, 1890), Starry Night (Musée d’Orsay, Paris, 1888), Shoes (Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 1886) as well as the rarely loaned Sunflowers (National Gallery, London, 1888). The exhibition also features late works including two painted by Van Gogh in the Saint-Paul asylum, At Eternity’s Gate (Kröller-Müller Museum of Otterlo, 1890) and Prisoners Exercising (Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, 1890). From March 27 to August 11, 2019.