Own report: The name of the film is ‘Born Out’. Artist Vincent van Gogh. However, the picture could not be displayed for so long. The Van Gogh Museum is finally bringing the painting to the attention of visitors.
Research has also been done to confirm whether this painting called ‘Born Out’ belongs to Van Gogh. The Van Gogh Museum said Thursday it was painted in 182. The painting shows a tired, devastated man sitting in a wooden chair. The man in the vest was sitting with his hands on his head. This gentleman lived in a charity home in The Hague. Home Name– Dutch Reformed Almshouse for Men and Women. The pencil drawing also has the signature of Van Gogh. In his signature he wrote, ‘Vincent’.
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Van Gogh’s paintings have been in the private archives of a Dutch family for over 100 years. It is on display for the first time at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
However, Van Gogh’s paintings will not always be in the museum. It will be screened till January 2. Then it will go to the owner of the painting. Theo Midendrop, one of the most senior researchers at the Van Gogh Museum, said the work had never been seen before. This is the first time it has been made public. Now the discussion has started about its price. However, it is difficult to determine the price, said Theo Midendrop.
It is known that Van Gogh was 29 years old when he painted the picture. He lived in The Hague then. Experts say the paintings will help understand Van Gogh’s work style.
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