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Published on Apr 19, 2019
For the first time, V-ID's validation platform, known for securing digital files against manipulation, extends its activities into the physical world, by validating Rembrandts' "Virgin and Child in the clouds".
The 17th century etching by Rembrandt has been immortalized with the help of multiple blockchains, so that the work is now better protected against art fraud.
The validation of Rembrandt's "Virgin and Child in the Clouds" took place on April the 15th 2019 on location at Douwes Fine Art Amsterdam, one of Europe's oldest art dealerships, just a stone's throw away from the Rijksmuseum.
The validation process was a collaboration between expert and registered appraiser Evert Douwes and his son Evert Anthony, the 8th generation in the family business Douwes Fine Art, notary Femke Stroucken of CMS and Marnix van den Berg, one of the founders of the validation company V-ID.