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Art lovers are in for a rare treat as four forgotten works by Dutch masters Vincent Van Gogh and 17th-century painter Govert Flinck have gone on display, after gathering dust for more than 100 years. The works include a never-before-seen Van Gogh drawing, which had been in private hands until now.The sketch, together with a second drawing "The Hill of Montmartre," were unveiled Tuesday at an exhibition at the Singer Laren museum in central Netherlands.Two previously forgotten works by Rembrandt's student Govert Flinck (1615-60) were also revealed to the public at the Amsterdam Museum for the first time Tuesday since disappearing around 1895 .The two portraits were only unearthed after their owner visited an exhibition of Flinck's work at the Amsterdam Museum.
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