PAN Amsterdam 2023

November 20 2023

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

PAN Amsterdam, the Netherland's leading fair in art, opened last week. The headline news was the unveiling of the following portrait by the Amsterdam - London dealers Renialme Fine Art, a newly discovered work which they had claimed was by Rembrandt's pupil Jan Lievens. The rediscovered work, which surfaced at auction earlier in June, was purportedly carrying the price tag of €3.3m. The painting made headlines in the news over the weekend due to the fact the vetting committee at the fair requested the withdrawal of the painting from their stand due to reports there was 'too little ground to attribute the portrait to Lievens.' Read the article linked above for the whole story. I'm sure we'll see the painting again.

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