Rembrandt in Print

1 June – 15 September 2019
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Rembrandt in Print was an exhibition of 50 outstanding prints from the Ashmolean Museum, displayed together for the first time to mark 350 years since his Rembrandt's death in 1669.

Widely hailed as the greatest painter of the Dutch Golden Age and an unrivaled storyteller, Rembrandt was one of the most innovative and experimental printmakers of the 17th century. His works include intense self portraits, atmospheric landscapes, intimate family portraits, biblical stories and nude studies. Almost drawing-like in appearance, these images were created by combining spontaneous squiggly lines with his remarkable sense for detail.

Exhibition organised by the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.

Header image: Self portrait with Saskia, 1636 (detail), Rembrandt © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford


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