A restoration of “Portrait of a Young Woman” (1632), formerly credited to Rembrandt’s studio and residing at the Allentown Art Museum, revealed the work to be an original by the Dutch Master.
A newly released app called Rembrandt Reality allows the user to enter and wander through the Rembrandt painting “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp.”
The Rijksmuseum is celebrating the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death by exhibiting nearly 400 works by the Dutch painter. Here are our top selections from the show.
The museum’s board of trustees hopes the sum will lead to the return of the 13 works stolen in 1990, which are collectively valued at over $500 million.
A new study of Rembrandt’s self-portraits provides more evidence to theories that the 17th-century artist, among other Old Master painters, used optics to produce his remarkably accurate works.
You may be quick to identify a portrait unveiled this week in Amsterdam as a never-before-seen painting by Rembrandt.
After hours this week at the Rijksmuseum’s Late Rembrandt exhibition, which focuses on the artist’s final years, three terminally ill patients viewed the paintings in solitude.
LONDON — Rembrandt: the Late Works is that truly rare event: a study focusing on an artist whose quality of output is so universally lauded that is fully supported by staggering loans never previously shown in this combination or indeed in the same country.
UK’s National Trust is really excited they now have an “authentic” Rembrandt self-portrait, and they want everyone to know.
The Morgan Library & Museum announced today that it has completed the digitization of its entire collection of Rembrandt etchings.
Hansken the elephant was an incredible creature. Not only could she sword fight, wave a flag, and put a hat on her head, the 17th century animal performer was also drawn by none other than Rembrandt in 1637.
After our first installment of obsolete pigments, we had such a strong response that we realized we’d only hit the tip of the curious history of vanished colors.