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Professor Rick Johnson taps his engineering acumen—and a longtime passion for Dutch art—to explore the materials used by Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Vermeer, and more

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  1. 1970

    Hello,

    What a fascinating article. I wonder if there’s any chance that Richard Johnson was asked to look at the “newly discovered Rembrandt” the Portrait of a Young Gentleman. I don’t think it is a Rembrandt, and at least some actual experts don’t think so either. (My credentials are nothing other than an artist with a good eye – which I realise counts for nothing.) I’m just so curious and I’d love to hear that Mr. Johnson would analyse the painting.

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