Perhaps one of the most intriguing insights involves
a self-portrait by Vincent which the researchers
now believe is actually a portrait of his brother Theo.
Their theory is based primairly on ‘circumstantial evidence’.
Read the full story here.

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and perhaps win a surprise Van Gogh package.

Thanks for your responses – more than 1,300!
Thank you for all your entertaining, intriguing, and serious contributions. In view of the large number of entries, we have chosen 2 winners and are also giving out 10 consolation prizes: the new graphic novel about Vincent van Gogh. The winners are Ewa Socha, who contributed a beautiful poem, and Rupert Beswarick-Asser, who continued his research even after returning home. Congratulations! Your surprise packages are on their way.

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