A previously 'hidden' Vincent van Gogh sketch from a private collection went on display for the first time at an Amsterdam museum on Thursday.
Titled Study for Worn Out, it depicts an old man sitting on a wooden chair, and is known to be dated November 1882.
A Dutch family who owns the drawing, bought the sketch around 1910, before asking the van Gogh museum to authenticate it.
Experts confirmed that it was indeed a "new work" by the artist.
The drawing which had been hidden in a private collection for more than a century will be on temporary display until January 2, 2022, before being returned to its owners.