Portrait of a man holding a hat
Los Angeles, Cal., the Armand Hammer Collection
Part of the Stichting Foundation Rembrandt Research Project book series (RRSE, volume 3)
A reasonably well preserved (though perhaps slightly reduced) painting that despite a few unusual features is convincing as to its authenticity, and can be dated around 1639.
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