New work by Van Gogh discovered

New work by Van Gogh discovered

The Van Gogh Museum has discovered a new work by Vincent van Gogh: Study for ‘Worn out’ from 1882. Emilie Gordenker (Director of the Van Gogh Museum): ‘As a centre of expertise dedicated to the work of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries, we’re delighted with this discovery and are very happy to have made a contribution to our specialist field. It’s quite rare for a new work to be attributed to Van Gogh. We’re proud to be able to share this early drawing and its story with our visitors.’ Study for ‘Worn out’ is a preliminary study for the 1882 drawing Worn out, one of the most powerful figure drawings from Van Gogh’s period in The Hague. The artist described how the drawing came about in detail in letters to his brother Theo and to his friend Anthon van Rappard. The discovery of the preliminary study, which is no less impressive than the final drawing, offers exception
The Van Gogh Museum has discovered a new work by Vincent van Gogh: Study for ‘Worn out’ from 1882. Emilie Gordenker (Director of the Van Gogh Museum): ‘As a centre of expertise dedicated to the work of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries, we’re delighted with this discovery and are very happy to have made a contribution to our specialist field. It’s quite rare for a new work to be attributed to Van Gogh. We’re proud to be able to share this early drawing and its story with our visitors.’ Study for ‘Worn out’ is a preliminary study for the 1882 drawing Worn out, one of the most powerful figure drawings from Van Gogh’s period in The Hague. The artist described how the drawing came about in detail in letters to his brother Theo and to his friend Anthon van Rappard. The discovery of the preliminary study, which is no less impressive than the final drawing, offers exception