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In "Van Goghs Lehrmeister: Ölgemälde von Anton Mauve lässt sie alle sprachlos," a video about the painting "View from the Sea at Sloe Head, Eversden" by Anton Mauve, the artist is discussed as a representer of Impressionism. The video examines the history of the painting, which belonged to Mauve's father's employer and later came into the Van Gogh family's possession before being sold to an English collector. The focus is on the impressive use of color, composition, and brushwork in the painting, as well as its influence on later artists. The video concludes with praise for the painting's beauty and significance in art history. In another section, the speaker discusses the value of an oil painting of a horse-drawn carriage by Anton Mauve, which is owned by the speaker's father and holds great importance to their family's history. The painting is placed between 10,000 and 12,000 Euros due to its rarity and desirability. In the final section of the video, the speaker reveals a painting they purchased from a gallery in Barcelona, which is a work of art only after it's discovered to be an original. The husband and wife team who created the painting are praised for their understated approach, and the artwork's reminiscent style to an earlier time is noted. This prompts the speaker to plan a trip across Europe with their family to see more art.