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LACMA Receives Trove of Dutch Masterworks

Museum trustee Hannah Carter has donated eleven Dutch landscape and still-life paintings to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which hailed the gift as the most valuable it has ever received. The San Jose Mercury-News reports that the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century artworks, by a group of Rembrandt's contemporaries including Ambrosius Bosschaert and Emanuel de Witte, would be worth more than twenty-five million dollars at auction.

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