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Century-Old Rembrandt Portraits Uncovered in the Netherlands

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Two small 17th-century Rembrandt portraits are now exhibited in the Dutch National Museum of Art and History, after they were part of a private collection for nearly two centuries.

The Rijksmuseum has revealed that these famous Dutch artist’s pieces, depicting Jan Willemsz van der Pluim and his wife Japgen, were lost for nearly two centuries and have re-emerged two years ago.

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According to the Associated Press, the works, considered the last private Rembrandt portraits, were sold this year at an auction to the family of the wealthy Dutch businessman, Hendrik Holtzman. His family has graciously loaned them to the Dutch National Museum for public viewing.

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