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A Van Gogh Painting painting which has never been exhibited since 1887

A Van Gogh Painting painting which has never been exhibited since 1887.

According to The Art Newspaper, there’s speculation about how the family obtained “Street scene in Montmartre,” considering many of van Gogh’s artworks at the time were gifted to his brother, Theo. On 24 February Scène de rue à Montmartre (Montmartre Street Scene) was unveiled at a Covid-19-secure press event in Paris. The owners had originally approached the Paris auctioneer Mirabaud Mercier, which then entered a partnership with Sotheby’s. The Van Gogh will come up for sale on 25 March, estimated at €5m-€8m ($6.1m to $9.8m).

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“Street scene in Montmartre (Impasse des Deux Frères and the Pepper Mill)” (1887), oil on canvas, 46.1 x 61.3 centimeters. Image courtesy of Sotheby’s