Naomi Rea: Artnet

If the great Dutch Golden Age painter Rembrandt van Rijn was revived for one day to tell his life story, he “would probably head straight for the Rijksmuseum,” Taco Dibbits, the director of the Amsterdam museum, told a gathering of press at the Dutch embassy in London.

That’s because the Rijksmuseum holds the most comprehensive collection of the Rembrandts in the world. And to mark the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death, the museum is displaying every single Rembrandt in its collection in an unprecedented exhibition opening today, February 15 (through June 10). …Read More

Pictured: Installation of “All the Rembrandts.” Courtesy the Rijksmuseum.