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'New' Van Gogh Is Not All That New

By Gerard @presurfer
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For roughly a century, the painting 'Sunset at Montmajour' was considered a fake. It was stored in an attic and then held in a private collection, unknown to the public and dismissed by art historians. But last Monday, the Van Gogh Museum in the Netherlands declared the work a genuine product of the master, calling it a major discovery.
Vincent van Gogh painted 'Sunset at Montmajour' in 1888. James Roundell, director of modern pictures for the Dickinson galleries in London and New York, said it would be hard to predict precisely how much the painting would fetch on the market, but expected it would be in the tens of millions.

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