Rembrandt portraits (or Maerten Soolmans and his wife, Coppit) bought jointly by the Dutch and French governments have gone on display at the Louvre. The President of France and the Dutch King and Queen were there to see them. The pictures will be at the Louvre for three months, then the Rijksmuseum for three months, before a period in conservation. Then the rotation will be every 5 years, and later rising to a period of 8 years. The pictures cannot be loaned to any other institution. Read more: President Francois Hollande, Dutch royals view jointly purchased Rembrandts