Home » THe Mister Dutchie Blog » A Closer Look at Rembrandt: Museum Rembrandthuis Expands by 30%

A Closer Look at Rembrandt: Museum Rembrandthuis Expands by 30%

For almost 5 months, the doors of Museum Rembrandthuis were closed due to the pandemic. But the wait was worth it, as the museum has expanded by 30%, adding five new exhibition spaces that provide an even deeper dive into the work of the master painter Rembrandt. We had the privilege of attending an exclusive preview with Mister Dutchie, and here’s what we found.

The new exhibition spaces are a testament to the museum’s commitment to showcasing Rembrandt’s work in all its glory. The first space is dedicated to Rembrandt’s early work, featuring his paintings, drawings, and prints from the period between 1625 and 1631. The second space showcases his famous etchings, which were groundbreaking at the time for their use of light and shadow.

Moving on, the third space focuses on Rembrandt’s life as an art dealer, with a recreated version of his studio and living quarters. Visitors can see firsthand the kind of art that Rembrandt collected and sold, providing a glimpse into the art market of the 17th century. The fourth space is dedicated to his later work, including his famous self-portraits and the Night Watch, one of his most famous paintings.

Finally, the fifth space is an interactive exhibition that allows visitors to create their own etchings using the same techniques as Rembrandt. It’s a fun and engaging way to learn about his work and appreciate the effort and skill that went into his etchings.

The expansion of Museum Rembrandthuis is a testament to the museum’s commitment to preserving and showcasing the legacy of Rembrandt. The new exhibition spaces offer a unique and in-depth look at the life and work of the great master, and we highly recommend a visit to anyone interested in art or history.

In conclusion, the addition of five new exhibition spaces to Museum Rembrandthuis has given visitors an even closer look at the work of Rembrandt. From his early work to his later masterpieces, the museum provides a comprehensive view of his life and career, and the interactive exhibition is a fun way to engage with his art. We highly recommend a visit to this unique museum.

Share it on

Mister Dutchie's AI Art Masters Rembrandt and Van Gogh Style collection features AI-generated artworks inspired by the Dutch Master Rembrandt and Van Gogh, showcasing the potential of AI in the field of art.