When art dealer Jan Six saw Portrait of a Young Gentleman in an auction catalogue, he instantly knew that it could not possibly be a work that had been attributed to 'the circle of Rembrandt', but that the master must have painted it himself. The last time a hitherto unknown painting by Rembrandt was discovered was in 1974. But how does one convince the world of such a discovery? Read about his journey in this book. Paperback with flaps, 14.5 x 18.5 cm, 144 pages, many colour reproductions.
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