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Art experts have confirmed that a small still life at a U.S. museum once dismissed as a fake is in fact by Vincent van Gogh, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam revealed this week. The painting, "Still Life with Fruit and Chestnuts," was donated by a couple to the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco in 1960 and suspected to be by the Dutch master.Van Gogh often reused his canvases as he found himself working in poverty, managing to sell only a few of his paintings during his life.It already lists the painting as being by Van Gogh on its website.
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