The Van Gogh Museum is an art museum that features the works of the famous artist, Vincent Van Gogh. Van Gogh painted in Post-Impression style, and his most famous works include ‘”The Starry Night” and “Self-Portrait.” He committed suicide in 1890 when he was 37 years old. After his death, his unsold paintings moved between the hands of several family members, ending up with his sister-in-law’s son, Vincent Willem van Gogh. He loaned the works to another Amsterdam museum, the Stedelijk, where they remained until 1962. The government commissioned the design of the current building a year later, and it opened to the public in 1973. The museum is the second most visited of all museums in Amsterdam, with an average of more than 1.5 million visitors annually. It closed briefly for renovations in 2012, when some of the art pieces were on display at Hermitage Amsterdam. In 2013, the museum displayed a painting from Van Gogh, done in July 1888, which had been lost for years.