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    • Billie O'Toole

      Vincent van Gogh Painting, Oil on Canvas Arles: October, 1888 Norton Simon Museum Pasadena, California, United States of America, North America F: 477, JH: 1600 Van Gogh: Portrait of the Artist's Mother

    • Klaverro

      There is a good chance that Vincent van Gogh became such a great artist, because of the creative influence of his mother Anna. You can read more about Anna and the relationship she had with her son via (in Dutch), written by one of our fans: Auke-Florian. Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Portrait of Artist's Mother, October 1888. Oil on canvas. Norton Simon Museum (Norton Simon Art Foundation). #vangogh #dutchpainters

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