Everyone loves Rembrandt, at least everyone that truly knows his work, however in that last few decades it has become obvious that his work was at times not really his own but done by those who followed him, admirers or just copycats. Although many not even close to the master himself, they are still beautiful works of art.
Man with a Steel Gorget
Man with a Beard
Man in a Red Cloak
Portrait of a Woman
Rembrandt’s Son Titus
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