NEWS///PREVIOUSLY UNKNOWN VAN GOGH PAINTING UNCOVERED
EXPERTS AUTHENTICATE VAN GOGH WINDMILL PAINTING
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A painting of a windmill newly attributed to the Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh went on display on Wednesday after spending decades in the depot of a Dutch provincial museum.
After experts at Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum concluded "Le Blute-fin Mill" was by the Dutch artist, the brightly-colored painting depicting large human figures around a mill was put on display in the Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle.
"The painting is a little a-typical for Van Gogh because of the many people appearing on it but also very typical because of the prominent role for the mill," said Ralph Keuning, director of the Fundatie museum. He had discovered the painting in 2007. Click HERE to continue reading at Reuters...
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