Van Gogh Museum Verifies Previously Unknown Painting's Authenticity as Van Gogh's

Two years spent confirming


A new painting by Vincent Van Gogh has been discovered after two years of research to determine its authenticity, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam said.

"Sunset at Montmajour" (1888)—painted during the artist's time in the southern French town of Arles—will be on display from Sept. 24 in the continuing "Van Gogh at Work" exhibition (ending Jan. 12), the museum said in a news release.