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In April 2020, during the first Covid-19 lockdown, Wouter van der Veen found himself at home with little to do other than sort through his extensive documentation relating to Van Gogh. While cataloguing some images, he was struck by the resemblance of Van Gogh’s last canvas, painted moments before he shot himself, to a postcard showing a roadside with tangled roots & trunks.

It proved to be the most spectacular Van Gogh-related finding of this century to date and spent weeks going viral across the globe. The original scan, as well as the colorized version intended to explain the discovery, were reproduced thousands of times in the most prestigious newspapers and websites all over the world.

It is difficult to imagine a more valuable NFT than this file, exclusively available at Van Gogh & Van Gogh through OpenSea.

It is published in a limited edition of 69 copies, one for every day Van Gogh spent in Auvers-sur-Oise, the village where his life came to a tragic end but his enduring fame was born.

In April 2020, Wouter van der Veen discovered the place where Van Gogh painted his last masterpiece, Tree Roots. The discovery made headlines all over the world, and confirmed Van der Veen's status as a leading Van Gogh expert. This collection is a tribute to and a series of windows on Van Gogh's last days in Auvers-sur-Oise, the village where he chose to end his life. All NFTs are backed by 25 year of extensive research, immense respect, and above all deeply felt emotion.
Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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Token StandardERC-1155
BlockchainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Creator Fees10%

Van Gogh's Tree Roots

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In April 2020, during the first Covid-19 lockdown, Wouter van der Veen found himself at home with little to do other than sort through his extensive documentation relating to Van Gogh. While cataloguing some images, he was struck by the resemblance of Van Gogh’s last canvas, painted moments before he shot himself, to a postcard showing a roadside with tangled roots & trunks.

It proved to be the most spectacular Van Gogh-related finding of this century to date and spent weeks going viral across the globe. The original scan, as well as the colorized version intended to explain the discovery, were reproduced thousands of times in the most prestigious newspapers and websites all over the world.

It is difficult to imagine a more valuable NFT than this file, exclusively available at Van Gogh & Van Gogh through OpenSea.

It is published in a limited edition of 69 copies, one for every day Van Gogh spent in Auvers-sur-Oise, the village where his life came to a tragic end but his enduring fame was born.

In April 2020, Wouter van der Veen discovered the place where Van Gogh painted his last masterpiece, Tree Roots. The discovery made headlines all over the world, and confirmed Van der Veen's status as a leading Van Gogh expert. This collection is a tribute to and a series of windows on Van Gogh's last days in Auvers-sur-Oise, the village where he chose to end his life. All NFTs are backed by 25 year of extensive research, immense respect, and above all deeply felt emotion.
Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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Token StandardERC-1155
BlockchainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Creator Fees10%
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