'Sunset at Montmajour' will take its place in the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam.
A previously unknown landscape painting found in an attic in Norway has been attributed ot the master painter Vincent Van Gogh.
'Sunset at Montmajour' - which depicts trees, bushes and a swirling sky - has spent years in the attic of a private collector after he was told the work was not by the Dutch artist. However, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam authenticated the work by letters, style and the physical materials used.
It is the first full-size canvas by Van Gogh discovered since 1928, according to BBC News.
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