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Portrait of a Lady Holding a Glove  1633

by Rembrandt

This painting caused a stir when it was sold at the auction of Prince Demidoff’s collection in Florence in 1880 for one of the highest prices that had hitherto been paid for a Dutch picture. The painting subsequently acquired fame as the ‘Demidoff Rembrandt’. Soon after, however, scholars started questioning its attribution, with some suggesting it may have been painted by...
72 x 62 cm
Oil on canvas
Courtesy of the National Gallery of Ireland