CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

Rembrandt: treasures from the Rembrandt House, Amsterdam

Exhibition: 16 April - 13 June 1999

From the museum website, 5 February 2009

The Taft Museum of Art was the only midwestern venue to host this exhibition of works from the collection of the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam, the 17th-century house in which Rembrandt lived and worked during the height of his fame from 1639 until 1660. This was the first time that most of these works left Holland. This exhibition included 82 etchings and two copper plates that gave a thorough representation of Rembrandt’s body of work in printmaking, spanning the years 1628-59.

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