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Van Gogh Museum announces new acquisition: "Farm in Brittany" by Paul Sérusier

The Van Gogh Museum has added a characteristic painting by Paul Sérusier (1864-1927) to its important collection of works by contemporaries of Van Gogh. Farm in Brittany (c. 1890), a recent purchase, complements the group of works by the Pont-Aven School. The work has hung on the second floor, where other paintings in this collection are also on display, since 18 September.
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