Art lovers, including twins Ella and Eva, can see double at the National Gallery in London, where staff have reunited two version’s of Van Gogh’s famous Sunflowers for a new exhibition, the first time they have been seen together for 65 years. The London gallery bought its Sunflowers from the artist’s family in 1924, and has borrowed the other from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. The works, from 1888-89, were painted by Van Gogh in the south of France. The exhibition runs until April 27. Picture: John Stillwell/PA.
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