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‘Fake’ Van Gogh gets its day in the sun at Royal Academy

The Art Newspaper | Vincent Noce:

The Royal Academy of Art’s exhibition Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse (30 January-20 April), is clearly aimed at big ticket sales. There are no upsetting revelations in the London show to alarm the scholars—the catalogue is rather like an album—and it will come as no surprise that Claude Monet is the star, with 35 of his paintings included. He is present at the start, in the middle, and at the end, with the Agapanthus Triptych (1916-19), painted during his last years at Giverny… Read more 

Image: Vincent van Gogh, Garden at Auvers (detail), 1890. Private Collection

2018-10-23T17:58:22+00:00