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The study Rehabilitation of a flower still life in the Kröller-Müller Museum and a lost Antwerp painting by Van Gogh (2012) revealed an X-ray of the 1886 painting of Still life with meadow flowers and roses (1886). Hiding an unusual painting for Van Gogh, two wrestlers. Van Gogh referenced this painting in a vein that indicates that it was a subject that he enjoys painting.   This week I painted a large thing with two nude torsos – two wrestlers […] and I really like doing that” – Vincent to his brother, Theo, in a letter in January 1886.   On display Sept 1-4 202 at the Focus Art Fair at the Louvre.

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