Rembrandt's Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul returns to Italy after 220 years.
Galleria Corsini in Rome will showcase Rembrandt's Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul, in an historic return for the masterpiece, from 11 June until 30 September 2020.
The painting by the Dutch master - on loan from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam - has not been seen in Rome for more than two centuries.
Dating to 1661, the work belonged originally to the noble Corsini family but was sold - apparently without the family's knowledge - during the French occupation of 1799.
The exhibition will also host a selection of engravings by Rembrandt owned by the Corsini family.
For visiting details see Galleria Corsini website.
Image: former US president Barack Obama admiring Rembrandt's masterpiece in 2014. Photo Pete Souza.
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Rembrandt masterpiece returns to Rome after two centuries
Via della Lungara, 10, 00165 Roma RM, Italy