On exhibition in Gallery XV of the Fogg Art Museum is a rare Rembrandt, "A Youth with a Black Cap and Long Curling Hair", which has been lent for a short period of exhibition by Sir Joseph Duveen, a well-known art connoisseur. The picture comes form the collection of Lord Leconfield, in Petworth, Sessex, and was exhibited in London, at the Royal Academy, in 1899.
The late Dr. Wilhelm Bode, former Director of the Royal Gallery, in Berlin, described the painting in the following terms: "The subject of the picture is about sixteen. He is standing turned to the left and looking at the spectator, wearing a greenish black cloak, a cap of the same colour with a yellow band, and a limp pleated collar. His hair falls in curls over his shoulders, the full light coming almost from the front with a brown background, fairly light in tone."