The Age of Rembrandt

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is kicking off its fall season with a big new show that seems like it should be a crowd pleaser: The Age of Rembrandt featuring all two hundred and twenty eight Dutch paintings from the Met’s own collection. Critic Lee Rosenbaum joined Richard Hake to discuss the exhibition, which opens today.

Slideshow: Age of Rembrandt

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Comments [1]

widjaja prastowo from Solo/Surakarta-Indonesia

I have one very old picture,without sign,but colours,lighting,character etc just same with Rembrandt"t painting.I can send the pictures.
Please help me,where can I verificate the pictures ? Thank so much with your attention.

Warm regards
Widjaja Prastowo

Jan. 18 2011 10:50 AM

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