A Newly Discovered Vincent van Gogh Drawing of a Bummed-Out Old Man Has Been Unveiled in Amsterdam | Artnet News
It's not every day that a newly discovered Vincent van Gogh piece is unveiled, but that's exactly what happened last week at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
The piece, entitled "Study for 'Worn out,'" was completed in November of 1882 and has lived in a private Dutch collection since the first decade of the 20th century. It offers special insight into Van Gogh's working process. The man in the drawing was a local laborer and a favorite subject of Van Gogh's–he would go on to draw him more than 40 times.
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Completed in November 1882, the sketch depicts an old man with his head in his hands and appears to be a study for the artist's 'Worn out.'