“Portrait of Postman Roulin,” by Vincent Van Gogh, is one of three  replicas from the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside|Out art program  currently on display on the Grosse Pointe Woods City Hall grounds.

“Portrait of Postman Roulin,” by Vincent Van Gogh, is one of three replicas from the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside|Out art program currently on display on the Grosse Pointe Woods City Hall grounds.

Photo by Deb Jacques


Art in the Woods

By: Maria Allard | Grosse Pointe Times | Published September 8, 2020

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — The Detroit Institute of Arts Inside|Out art program has made its way to Grosse Pointe Woods.

DIA organizers have installed in outdoor locations three high-quality reproductions from its collection. The reproductions are open for public viewing at no charge.

The replicas include “Portrait of Postman Roulin,” by Vincent Van Gogh, and “Irises and Calla Lilies,” by Maria Oakey Dewing, both located on the City Hall grounds at 20025 Mack Plaza Drive. “Solitude,” by Jean-Leon Gerome, is located next to Churchill’s, 19271 Mack Ave.

Inside|Out is designed to expose people to the artwork located at the DIA in Detroit. For more information, visit www.DIA.org/insideout2020.