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  • Van Gogh Museum

    Vote for Van Gogh’s 'Pollard willow' as your favourite museum acquisition! Or another art work… Pick your top-3 at Vereniging Rembrandt's website (in Dutch): Image: Vincent van Gogh, Pollard willow, 1882, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (purchased with the support of the BankGiro Lottery, the Vincent van Gogh Foundation, the Rembrandt Association and her Prints and Drawings Fund, the Mondriaan Fund and the VSBfoundation)

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    Pollard Willow - Vincent van Gogh #art #painting #paint #picture #vangogh

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