Rothschild's `Coddled' Rembrandts Go on Display at Paris Louvre

  • Banking tycoon sold two art works to Dutch and French states
  • Dutch royals, Hollande present for public display of paintings

French banking tycoon Eric de Rothschild was happy to see two paintings by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn, owned by his family for generations, finally on display at the Louvre museum Thursday.

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