Allentown museum discovers it has a Rembrandt in its collections.
The Portrait of a young woman (1636), until now attributed to Rembrandt's workshop, was, in fact, an original by the Dutch master, hidden behind the various restorations undergone in recent centuries. The Allentown Art Museum in Pennsylvania acquired the oil on wood in 1961. It was part of the French royal collections, then of an aristocratic collection in England before crossing the Atlantic and joining the collection of the Samuel Foundation H. Kress. It was then attributed