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VANGOGH13YEARS?

VAN GOGH MYSTERY 13 YEARS OLD PHOTOGRAPH!!!!

A photograph that was long thought to be of the 13-year-old Vincent van Gogh has now been proven to be a portrait of his brother Theo van Gogh, aged 15, the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam said on Thursday. Experts have reached this new conclusion on the basis of new, in-depth research conducted by the Van Gogh Museum and other experts as well as forensic examination, the museum said. ‘I was surprised to hear that this photograph is very likely to be of my great-grandfather Theo, and therefore not of Vincent, but I am pleased that the mystery has been solved,’ said Theo’s great grandson Willem van Gogh.

www.dutchnews.nl/news/2018/11/photo-of-vincent-van-gogh-13-is-actually-his-brother/

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  • Uploaded: 26th November 2019
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  • Joe Lightheart
    7 months ago
    Facts matter! It's good to know the truth! Nice creation!
  • Rangewoman_Inc
    7 months ago
    Great artwork and shared.
  • garysibio
    7 months ago
    Cool background info. I had never heard about the photo before.
    • Ramonet Photography
      7 months ago
      There you are! life is full of surprises jajaja me neither knew before that this one was his brother Theo!:-)
  • Ramonet Photography
    7 months ago
    VAN GOGH MYSTERY 13 YEARS OLD PHOTOGRAPH!!!!



    A photograph that was long thought to be of the 13-year-old Vincent van Gogh has now been proven to be a portrait of his brother Theo van Gogh, aged 15, the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam said on Thursday. Experts have reached this new conclusion on the basis of new, in-depth research conducted by the Van Gogh Museum and other experts as well as forensic examination, the museum said. ‘I was surprised to hear that this photograph is very likely to be of my great-grandfather Theo, and therefore not of Vincent, but I am pleased that the mystery has been solved,’ said Theo’s great grandson Willem van Gogh.