Curator of Pictures and Sculpture at Buckland Abbey David Taylor adjusts the 

Curator of Pictures and Sculpture at Buckland Abbey David Taylor adjusts the newly confirmed self-portrait by Rembrandt discovered at Devonshire Abbey, in Skipton, England, in this photo dated Wednesday March 13, 2013.  The masterpiece was gifted in 2010 to Britain's National Trust by the family estate of a wealthy property developer, and has now undergone detailed investigations led by the world's leading Rembrandt expert, Ernst van de Wetering, to determine its provenance before declaring it an original painting by the Dutch master.  The painting is now valued at 20 million pounds (US dlrs 30 million) and will be hung at Buckland Abbey for a few months before being sent for cleaning and further expert analysis including x-ray and tree-ring dating of the beech panel it is painted on. (AP Photo/Ben Birchall, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES
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Curator of Pictures and Sculpture at Buckland Abbey David Taylor adjusts the newly confirmed self-portrait by Rembrandt discovered at Devonshire Abbey, in Skipton, England, in this photo dated Wednesday March 13, 2013. The masterpiece was gifted in 2010 to Britain's National Trust by the family estate of a wealthy property developer, and has now undergone detailed investigations led by the world's leading Rembrandt expert, Ernst van de Wetering, to determine its provenance before declaring it an original painting by the Dutch master. The painting is now valued at 20 million pounds (US dlrs 30 million) and will be hung at Buckland Abbey for a few months before being sent for cleaning and further expert analysis including x-ray and tree-ring dating of the beech panel it is painted on. (AP Photo/Ben Birchall, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES
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