1. Posted on 21 August, 2011

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    And the plot thickens: The $250,000 Rembrandt piece that was stolen and recovered last week? It may not be a Rembrandt after all. Its owners say “The Judgment” is a signed 1655 Rembrandt drawing worth $250,000. But it doesn’t appear in the accepted catalogs of his work, and several experts say they’ve never heard of it.

Photo: A pen-and-ink drawing reportedly done by Rembrandt was stolen and recovered last week. Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times
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    And the plot thickens: The $250,000 Rembrandt piece that was stolen and recovered last week? It may not be a Rembrandt after all. Its owners say “The Judgment” is a signed 1655 Rembrandt drawing worth $250,000. But it doesn’t appear in the accepted catalogs of his work, and several experts say they’ve never heard of it.

    Photo: A pen-and-ink drawing reportedly done by Rembrandt was stolen and recovered last week. Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times

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