If Not Rembrandt, Then His Cousin?

September 1984
Art Bulletin;Sep84, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p427
Academic Journal
Examines the authenticity of Rembrandt's painting 'Saul and David' by comparing it to his other paintings and that of his students. Variation of technique in 'Saul and David' and 'Jacob Blessing Joseph's Sons'; Similarities of 'Saul and David' and 'The Centurion.'


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