Van Gogh shows
Museums in western Massachusetts, New York City and Pittsburgh will join European counterparts in marking the 125th anniversary of Vincent van Gogh’s death. The most important of the three U.S. exhibitions is “Van Gogh and Nature” at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass., which is to open Sunday and continue through Sept. 13. Info: www.lat.ms/1I2ZzHZ. Through Aug. 16, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is showing four Van Gogh paintings — two of irises, two of roses — done shortly before his death in 1890. Info: www.lat.ms/1Gu17y7. The Carnegie Museumof Art in Pittsburgh has a small show through July 6 featuring three Van Gogh works, including his 1887 “Still Life, Basket of Apples.” Info: www.lat.ms/1dy3lRI.