To Celebrate the 350th Anniversary of Rembrandt’s Death, the Rijksmuseum Vows to Show ‘All the Rembrandts’

Kate Brown | Artnet

Ever wished to see all the Rembrandts? Soon, you can—or at least you can see all of the Rijksmuseum‘s Rembrandts, which amounts to the largest trove of art by the Dutch Golden Age master in the world. The once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is part of the Dutch museum’s effort to pull out all the stops to commemorate the 350th year of Rembrandt van Rijn‘s death in what is being called “The Year of Rembrandt.

Titled “All the Rembrandts in the Rijksmuseum,” the blockbuster show marks the first time the institution has ever brought all these works together for public viewing: 22 paintings, 60 drawings, and more than 300 of the best examples of Rembrandt’s prints, all told. It goes on view from February 15 through June 10, 2019. It is definitely the first—but also likely the last—show of such magnitude. …Read More

Pictured: Detail of Rembrandt van Rijn’s ‘Night Watch.’ Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons

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