Drawing of the German museum shows of Rembrandt
A work in the collection of the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum in the German Braunschweig show of Rembrandt (1606-1669). That experts concluded from further research, made the museum Tuesday known.
It is a crayon drawing of a dog that, until recently, was attributed to the German painter Johann Melchior Roos (1663-1731).
When the work on digitization of the collection precisely was looked at, were the art experts on other thoughts.
They put the drawing under another in addition to similar works of Rembrandt in Amsterdam, Paris and Vienna, and came to the conclusion that it is a work of the Dutch master.
Worldwide, there are only few drawings of animals, the Rembrandt is known.