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Two Faces of the Seventeenth Century (1979)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary  -  3 March 1979 (USA)
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Two paintings owned by The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City) are compared. They are called "masterpieces" by museum Director Philippe De Montebello. One: Rembrandt's self-portrait ... See full summary »

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Two paintings owned by The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City) are compared. They are called "masterpieces" by museum Director Philippe De Montebello. One: Rembrandt's self-portrait of 1660. Two: Velazquez' portrait of Juan De Pareja. This half hour contains two separate short films. Written by Stephan Chodorov, writer

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