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Louvre "Search the Collections" feature - what am I doing wrong?

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Am trying to prepare for our upcoming visit to the Louvre by searching the collections. When I use the "Search the Collections" feature and put in Van Gogh just to try it, the result was The Lacemaker (a painting I really want to see, but not by Van Gogh!).

Have tried it multiple times with different painters with same result. Noticed that there is a "sort by: title, date, artist" feature too. Couldn't seem to get it to underline artist, so decided to seek a specific painting by the underlined "title" feature. Picked Battle of Spoleto, which came up in a search result before. I got a whole ream of unrelated works.

Has anyone used this search function successfully? I tried both English and French versions.

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