Priceless drawings by Rembrandt go on display

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Priceless drawings by Rembrandt go on display

 To mark the 350th anniversary of the death of Rembrandt - the British Museum is offering us a rare chance to see some of his drawings on paper.

The venue is home to one of the world's biggest collections of the Dutch artist's work, but because of their light sensitive nature, they are normally only available to see by appointment.

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