DW – The drawing of a dog has been in the German museum’s collection since 1770, but only now have experts discovered that Dutch master Rembrandt created the artwork. It’s now slated to go on show.

The Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum in the north-central German city of Braunschweig announced Tuesday that its troves contained an unusual drawing of a dog by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669). The discovery came during a systematic digitization of drawings.  – read more

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