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The hitherto unknown site of where Dutch master Vincent van Gogh found inspiration for what is believed to be his last work, The Roots, and which was perhaps completed just days before his death in 1890 in Auvers-sur-Oise, north of Paris, has been deemed by experts to be a bank of trees close the village inn where he was staying, following the discovery of an early 20th-century postcard of the scene.
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