Friday, February 6, 2015

£30 million Rembrandt painting proved genuine by scientists is revealed to public at abbey

Hanging in a glass case which allows admirers to see the signature on its back, the origin of the newly-declared self-portrait – valued at £30 million and once owned by the Princes of Lichtenstein – has been debated since the 1960s. The most recent bid to name its maker took eight months, concluding last June when it was declared a genuine Rembrandt at Buckland Estate in Yelverton... more