From the museum website
The Rijksmuseum holds one of the largest collections of Rembrandt’s paintings in the world. The Jewish Bride, The Syndics of the Amsterdam Drapers’ Guild, the Self-portrait of Rembrandt as a Young Man and, of course, The Night Watch, are among his most famous works. But have you also seen his wonderful self-portrait as the apostle Paul, the portrait of his son Titus dressed as a monk or the impressive still life with peacocks? It is a rare occurrence for the entire collection of Rembrandt paintings to be exhibited all together. And now they can be seen for almost a month in the Philips Wing at the Rijksmuseum!
Forms part of multi-exhibition program Rembrandt 400 in the Rijksmuseum