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The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is the museum of the Netherlands. The collection provides an overview of Dutch art and history, which includes the work of 17th-century Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals.
Articles on the Exhibition:
- The Philippine Tatler by Relaxnews: 18 February 2019
The historic show marks 350 years of Rembrandt, the ‘first Instagrammer’
Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum unveiled Wednesday the first-ever exhibition of all of its Rembrandts, marking the 350th anniversary of the death of the prolific painter it dubs the “first Instagrammer”.
The landmark exhibition featuring nearly 400 paintings, drawings and sketches aims to show how the Golden Age master’s compulsive self-portraits and renderings of the world around him prefigure our modern world.
“Rembrandt was the first artist in history — the first ‘Instagrammer’ one could even say — to capture the world around him,” Rijksmuseum director Taco Dibbits told AFP.”No artist made as many self-portraits as Rembrandt. He painted his family, he drew his friends, he went out into the streets, the countryside, and he even let us enter his bedroom to where his sick wife was stretched out.”The exhibition will be a final chance to glimpse his masterpiece “The Night Watch” before the huge tableau is obscured by months of restoration work from July. But it is also a rare opportunity to see lesser works by Rembrandt Van Rijn (1606-1669).”For the first time in history, the Rijksmuseum is showing every Rembrandt that we own: 22 paintings, 300 sketches, 60 drawings,” said Dibbits.More on The Artist:
Rembrandt (1606-1669), was a 17th-century painter and etcher whose work came to dominate what has since been named the Dutch Golden Age. One of the most revered artists of all time, Rembrandt’s greatest creative triumphs is seen in his portraits of his contemporaries, illustrations of biblical scenes and self-portraits as well as his innovative etchings and use of shadow and light.