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The Long Call. Printers Row Publishing Group. On December 23, , Vincent Van Gogh famously cut off his own ear and reportedly gave it to a prostitute. A year and a half later he died a short while after a suicide attempt. Or was it an accident?

Now one of the most famous painters of all time and widely regarded as one of the best, if not the best , his Sunflowers and Starry Night attracted little attention and he died destitute at age 37 in France in The accepted story is that Van Gogh, who had a history of depression, shot himself in a wheat field, stumbled back to the inn in Auvers-sur-Oise, France, where he lived, and died a short while later. But authors Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith offer a different theory: After 10 years of research, they published a book in that posits Van Gogh, bitterly unlucky to the bitter end, was accidentally shot in that field by two young boys playing with a gun.

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