10 novembre 2013

Cornell Chronicle : Lost van Gogh painting validated via canvas weave

  Oct. 30, 2013 Lost van Gogh painting validated via canvas weave By Blaine Friedlander Provided Vincent van Gogh's "Sunset at Montmajour" Left in an attic and missing for decades, the long-lost Vincent van Gogh painting – “Sunset at Montmajour” – was authenticated by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in September. After a two-year investigation, art historians and researchers identified the work with pinpoint precision, in part, thanks to a technique based on a canvas “weave-map” developed in a... [Lire la suite]

17 septembre 2013

Newly discovered painting by Vincent Van Gogh !

    ‘Sunset at Montmajour’: a newly discoveredpainting by Vincent Van Gogh by LOUIS VAN TILBORGH, TEIO MEEDENDORP and ODA VAN MAANEN   WHEN THE MUCH-AWAITED, revised edition of De la Faille’s catalogueraisonné of Van Gogh’s oeuvre was published in 1970 it wasnot to universal acclaim. In this Magazine Ronald Pickvancespoke glumly of a ‘progress report’, and John Rewald thoughtthat if there was ‘a more confusing way to present a catalogue,the editors apparently couldn’t find it’.1 But, pace the grumblers,it did have... [Lire la suite]