A Dutch treat of donated Golden Age masterpieces

n this image provided by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, the Rembrandt drawing “Four Studies of Male Heads” from the mid-1600s is depicted. The piece is among 330 17th-century drawings donated to the Harvard Art Museums by the Maida and George Abrams Collection. Scholars say Boston is fast becoming become a global center for Golden Age art thanks to a flurry of donated masterpieces that began in October 2017. (President and Fellows of Harvard College via AP)

BOSTON – Boston’s art scene is getting a Dutch treat with a twist: a flurry of donated 17th-century masterpieces that experts say will change the city’s museum landscape for decades to come. First, collectors gifted the Museum of Fine Arts with 113 leading Golden Age masterpieces – including a prized Rembrandt portrait and works by Rubens…