Notice the nose. This studio portrait of Vincent Van Gogh
was taken by the photographer J.M.W de Louw in January of 1873.
Notice the nose. This is a photo of Vincent when he was about 13
Notice the nose. This is the photo that Joseph Buberger
promotes as being Van Gogh
despite the fact that it was taken in
Notice the nose. This self-portrait, painted in Paris early 1888
was, according to Van Gogh's sister-in-law Jo Bonger
"of all his self-portraits, the one with the most likeness"
Denvir, Bernard, Vincent, A Complete Portrait, Running Press, Philadelphia, 1994
One of these things is not like the other. The real photos of Van Gogh and the accurate self-portrait show Van Gogh with a soft nose with a slightly bulbous tip. The mystery man in the Buberger portrait has a sharp nose and more angular nostrils. Just more evidence that the Victor Morin studio portrait is not Vincent Van Gogh.