This Oct. 10, 2012 photo shows Denver Art Museum associate registrar Laura Paulick Moody inspecting the condition of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Edge of a Wheat Field with Poppies” before it is hung on the museum wall in Denver. The museum is in the middle of installing more than 70 loaned works for its upcoming 12-week “Becoming Van Gogh” exhibit, which explores how the self-taught painter developed his signature style. The exhibit runs Oct. 21-Jan. 20. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)

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This Oct. 10, 2012 photo shows Denver Art Museum associate registrar Laura Paulick Moody inspecting the condition of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Edge of a Wheat Field with Poppies” before it is hung on the museum wall in Denver. The museum is in the middle of installing more than 70 loaned works for its upcoming 12-week “Becoming Van Gogh” exhibit, which explores how the self-taught painter developed his signature style. The exhibit runs Oct. 21-Jan. 20.  (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
This Oct. 10, 2012 photo shows Denver Art Museum associate registrar Laura Paulick Moody inspecting the condition of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Edge of a Wheat Field with Poppies” before it is hung on the museum wall in Denver. The museum is in the middle of installing more than 70 loaned works for its upcoming 12-week “Becoming Van Gogh” exhibit, which explores how the self-taught painter developed his signature style. The exhibit runs Oct. 21-Jan. 20. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)
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