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    Self-Portrait with Straw Hat- Vincent van Gogh, 1887. Temporary 2012 Exhibit at the Denver Art Museum normally at Van Gogh Museum

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    1887 Vincent Van Gogh Self Portrait with Straw Hat Oil on canvas 41x33 cm Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum

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