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THE GACHET COLLECTION AT THE GRAND PALAIS
According to several detractors, the version of the «Arlesian woman» in the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the «Sunflowers» sold for US $ 60 million to a Japanese insurance company, the «Garden in Auvers» and even the «Portrait of Dr Gachet» in the Orsay museum are all said to be doubtful...
NEW LETTERS CONCERNING VAN GOGH
Vincent Van Gogh sent some 800 letters to his brother Theo who was working for the Goupil art gallery which later became the Boussod, Valadon and Co. Between 1878 and 1891 the year of his death.
ART CRITIC PINS TWO DOUBTFUL VAN GOGH PAINTINGS
Two paintings presently shown in the exhibition Millet-Van Gogh at the Orsay Museum in Paris are probably not by Van Gogh's hand, a self-proclaimed specialist for the artist wrote in a letter sent to the daily "Le Monde".
GIVING GOOD WEIGHT
by Peggy Anderson (november 1998)

ISLAMIC ART : IZNIK
Reminiscent of the blue and white pieces from China and the porcelains of the Medicis, Iznik ceramic pieces almost resembled porcelains thanks to their translucid glazing...

THE HISTORY OF ART DECO
The term «Art Deco» was first used in the 1960's and not in the 1920's at a time when collectors showed a keen interest in the objects, glass works and furniture designed between the two world wars...

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