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This video grab image shows a self-portrait by Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh on display at The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam on January 20, 2020, after it was declared as genuine. - A gloomy self-portrait by Vincent van Gogh was declared genuine after decades of uncertainty, experts identifying it as the only work painted by the Dutch master while he suffered from psychosis. The "Self Portrait (1889)" -- which shows the artist giving a haunted sideways glance against a swirling blue and yellow background -- was confirmed as authentic by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. (Photo by Sara MAGNIETTE / various sources / AFP) (Photo by SARA MAGNIETTE/AFPTV/AFP via Getty Images)
This video grab image shows a self-portrait by Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh on display at The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam on January 20, 2020, after it was declared as genuine. - A gloomy self-portrait by Vincent van Gogh was declared genuine after decades of uncertainty, experts identifying it as the only work painted by the Dutch master while he suffered from psychosis. The "Self Portrait (1889)" -- which shows the artist giving a haunted sideways glance against a swirling blue and yellow background -- was confirmed as authentic by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. (Photo by Sara MAGNIETTE / various sources / AFP) (Photo by SARA MAGNIETTE/AFPTV/AFP via Getty Images)
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