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An elephant for Rembrandt | Culture

Rembrandt: A sketch of Gloves, 1637. Dominio público In 1630, an elephant named Gloves which became famous in Europe. She was brought to the Netherlands at the age of three for Prince Frederick Henry, the statute – political representative – of the then Republic of the United Provinces, who traded spices in Asia with the […]

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A possible Rembrandt work discovered in a private collection in Rome | Culture

‘The Adoration of the Magi’ (1632-1633), Rembrandt van Rijn.Italian Heritage Foundation One of the paintings of a great art collector accidentally falls from the wall on which it was hung and because of the impact it needs to go through the restoration workshop. So far, the scene could be part of the daily life of […]

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