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  • The Mystery of a Great Work of Art

    The Mystery of a Great Work of Art

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    In June 1890, Vincent Van Gogh, wrote: I’ve done the portrait of Mr. Gachet with a melancholy expression, which might well seem like a grimace to those who see it…. Sad but gentle, yet clear and intelligent, that is how many portraits ought to be done.

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Bill Burton

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Postcard History is about the stories that collectors find in the cards they collect. These stories are not always obvious  — we learn about them by sharing our finds with other collectors. Every Monday and Thursday you’ll find out about what your fellow collectors have discovered in their cards. Your collection has a story to […]

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