4 May 2016

Late Rembrandt

Late Rembrandt

In the exhibition Late Rembrandt over 100 works produced in the last phase of Rembrandt’s life are brought together for the first time and displayed in the Philips Hall of the Rijksmuseum. The exhibition of paintings, etchings and drawings follows the life and work of Rembrandt from about 1652 until his death in 1669. It has been put together from museum and private collections throughout Europe and the United States. Highlights of the exhibition include Self-portrait with two circles (Kenwood House, London), Portrait of Jan Six (Six Collection, Amsterdam) and Jacob’s Blessing (Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Kassel). Ammodo supports Late Rembrandt to contribute to the realization of this unique exhibition.

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Exhibition overview, Late Rembrandt, 2015