A newly discovered sketch by Vincent van Gogh entitled "Worn Out", depicting an old man (believed to have been a friend, Jacobus Zuyderland) sitting in a chair with his head in his hands, is shown for the first time at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
New York art collector Stuart Pivar says that he has rediscovered a long-lost Vincent van Gogh masterpiece titled "Auvers, 1890" at an auction. The painting is being sent to the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam because they have requested to see it and authenticate it. The painting, which is signed on the back as "Vincent" and dated 1890, is a 36" by 36" square panorama of the valley of Auvers-sur-Oise, showing its mosaic of wheat fields bisected by a railway line. The painting also bears the label of art collector Jonas Netter. If authenticated, the work would be van Gogh's largest painting and his only painting in a square format.
The Singer Laren museum says that the Vincent van Gogh painting "The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen" was stolen in a raid.
Human rights abuse victims during the regime of Ferdinand Marcos stake a claim on auction proceeds from Imelda Marcos' art collection, which includes pieces by Michelangelo, Monet, Van Gogh, and Picasso.
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam identifies a new Vincent Van Gogh painting, "Sunset at Montmajour".
Vincent Van Gogh, Edgar Degas and Camille Pissarro artworks, from the personal collection of Elizabeth Taylor, sell for £13.7 million at Christie's in London.
Art experts conclude that a Vincent van Gogh painting previously believed to be a self-portrait is in fact a portrait of van Gogh's brother, Theo.
Scientists blame chemicals for Vincent van Gogh's bright yellows turning brown.
A Vincent van Gogh painting - known as both "Poppy Flowers" and "Vase with Flowers" - is stolen from the Mohammed Mahmoud Khalil art museum in Cairo, but is later said to have been recovered at Cairo Airport.
The first Vincent van Gogh to be authenticated since 1995 goes on display at a Zwolle museum 26 years after the death of the museum founder who first identified it.