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File:Skull with a Burning Cigarette.jpg

English: Skull with a Burning Cigarette
Français : Crâne à la cigarette qui fume
Türkçe: Sigara İçen Kurukafa
Tiếng Việt: Sọ người và điếu thuốc, sơn dầu trên vải bạt
Nederlands: Schedel van een skelet met brandende sigaret
Svenska: Skalle med brinnande cigarett
Date 1885-12 or early in 1886
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 32 × 24.5 cm (12.6 × 9.6 in)
Notes Created in Antwerp.

Catalogues raisonnés:

  • F212:  Jacob Baart de la Faille (1970) [1928] The Works of Vincent van Gogh. His Paintings and Drawings., Amsterdam: J.M. Meulenhoff, no. 212.
  • JH999 :  Jan Hulsker (1980), The Complete Van Gogh, Oxford: Phaidon, no. 999.
Source/Photographer Scanned from Smoke: a global history of smoking (2004) ISBN 1-86189-200-4
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