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Rembrandt Captured the Goodness of Old Age

According to the British art critic Jonathan Jones, many Renaissance artists were "coldly curious" or even cruel in their depictions of old age. For instance, Leonardo da Vinci scorned elderly faces as "monstrous wrecks." Fortunately, there was one notable exception to ...

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