Van Vlissingen Art Foundation

Montmartre hill with quarry by Vincent van Gogh, March 1886
Jan 16 '18 12:00

Researchers recently discovered that two drawings in black chalk were drawn by Vincent van Gogh, thereby expanding the legacy of the famous Dutch artist even further, the Van Vlissingen Art Foundation announced in a press release. Both drawings, Montmartre hill with quarry and Montmartre hill, can be seen in the Singer Laren museum from Tuesday.

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