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The North Carolina Museum of Art purchased four paintings thought to be by Rembrandt but later discovered that they were painted by Jan Lievens or other artists of the Rembrandt school.
A study of the similarities between the work of Rembrandt and that of Jan Lievens. The North Carolina Museum of Art acquired four paintings thought to be Rembrandts; however, these paintings have now been attributed to Lievens.
To commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of its opening, the Museum will present an exhibition of fort-five seventeenth-century Dutch paintings from its collection. This collection is considered one of the finest in the United States and will be paired with approximately thirty etchings and copper plates by Rembrandt lent from the collection of Robert Lee Humber. The history of Dutch art in the seventeenth century is discussed in depth and is unlike art from other European countries during the seventeenth century. The Dutch art from the time period is characterized as being more human and natural, reflecting contemporary life.