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On long-term loan from a private New York collection, Rembrandt visits the Brooklyn Museum

An installation of six seventeenth-century Dutch portraits and genre scenes, including two paintings by Rembrandt van Rijn, went on view today in the Brooklyn Museum?s European paintings gallery in the Beaux-Arts Court. The six paintings are on long-term loan from a private New York collection. The Rembrandts, Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes (1634) and Portrait of Anthonie Coopal (1635), were both painted in Amsterdam when the artist was in his late twenties.
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