In 2016, Dulwich Picture Gallery hosts a series of displays that delve deeper into four major artists in the Gallery’s collection: Van Dyck, Dou, Rubens and Rembrandt. Examining the lives and techniques of each artist, the series celebrates the creative processes of these Dutch and Flemish masters. Each display also draws connections with guest works from other institutions and private collections that have never been seen together before.
The final display in the series explores how curators and conservators can tell whether paintings are authentic. Through X-rays and technical analysis, two paintings by Rembrandt - A Young Man, perhaps the Artist’s Son Titus of 1663, and the National Trust’s recently re-attributed Self-portrait wearing a White Feathered Bonnet - will demonstrate how stylistically different works can be attributed to the same artist.
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