Authors; Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith of the new biography “Van Gogh: The Life”  say that Van Gogh didn’t kill himself and that it was likely he was accidentally shot by two young boys he knew who they claim had  “a malfunctioning gun”.

 Vincent Van Gogh, who died at the young age 37 in 1890 in Auvers-sur-Oise, France. Was initially thought to have shot himself in a wheat field whilst he had been staying at the Auberge Ravoux inn, where he later returned to die.  The authors of this new biography however said “"The accepted understanding of what happened in Auvers among the people who knew him was that he was killed accidentally by a couple of boys and he decided to protect them by accepting the blame."

 The authors have worked closely with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. They have used and accessed some untapped materials, the research has been mainly driven from the artist’s famous letters, and lots of UN published family letters.

 More information about this new biography and startling theories and research can be found by visiting their website

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