Rembrandt: The Sign and the Light commemorates the 350th anniversary of the death of the great Dutch draftsman, painter, and printmaker Rembrandt van Rijn, and presents a comprehensive overview of the Dutch master’s incomparable 17th-century print oeuvre. In this celebration of light and luminosity, visitors will marvel at the artist’s mastery of light, exceptional skill, and revolutionary techniques in 68 works that cement his legacy as the greatest artist of the Dutch “golden century” of printmaking.
Offer your visitors the rare opportunity to view these original prints up-close with magnifying glasses to develop a deeper understanding of Rembrandt’s revolutionary printmaking and revel in the glow of light, theatrical space, and atmosphere on paper.
The exhibition includes highlights The Death of the Virgin, 1639, Jan Uytenbogaert (The Gold Weigher), 1639, and the extraordinary Self Portrait with Saksia, 1636.
Organized with NSPRD