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A critical eye

“Sorry, but art is all about mortality.” — Warren Criswell When the Arkansas Arts Center opens its long-anticipated Kenwood House, London, exhibit Friday featuring Rembrandt van Rijn’s latter-day self-portrait — incidentally, center officials say, it’s the only Rembrandt painting ever to visit the Natural State — some will no doubt wonder what they’re seeing besides a painted representation of a famous 17th-century artist.

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Photographs by Kenwood House, English Heritage; Iveagh Bequest/Photo / courtesy American Federation of Arts

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  • Headline: A critical eye
  • Publication: Style, Pages 45 on 06/02/2013
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