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VINCENT VAN GOGH

RAVINE, 1889

About the Artwork

In June 1889, shortly after his arrival at an asylum in the southern French town of Saint-Rémy, Van Gogh painted an oil sketch of a hillside in bloom. In October, finding himself short of materials, he sacrificed that earlier composition, reusing the same canvas for another painting. Recent collaborative research has revealed the lost picture beneath surface layers of paint in this view of a ravine near the asylum.

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