350 Years of Rembrandt at the Rijksmuseum
350 years after his death, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam celebrates the life of Rembrandt with several big exhibitions. See the biggest Rembrandt collection ever in a single exhibition and discover why Rembrandt is still one of the world’s greatest artists in the theme year Rembrandt and the Golden Age.
- Admire the world’s biggest collection of Rembrandts at the Rijksmuseum.
- See Dutch masters side by side with Spanish masters from the Golden Age.
- Discover why Rembrandt is still one of the greatest painters ever even today.
15 February – 10 June 2019
In the first half of the year, the Rijksmuseum makes a splash with All Rembrandts. For the first time in its history, the museum will put all of the works by Rembrandt in its collection on display at the same time in a single exhibition. You will be able to admire as many as 22 paintings, 60 drawings, and 300 engravings.
The Rijksmuseum owns the world’s biggest and most prominent collection of Rembrandts. As such, All Rembrandts is a unique opportunity to see both his intimate self-portraits and his big tableaus and special sketches at the same time, and discover why he is among the world’s best artists even today.
11 October 2019 – 19 January 2020
In fall, you will be able to see top works by Dutch and Spanish masters from the Golden Age at the exhibition entitled Rembrandt-Velázquez. A unique collaboration with the Museo del Prado in Madrid means that paintings by Spanish masters, such as Velázquez, Murillo and Ribera, will be on display together with works by the Dutch masters Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals.
Spanish and Dutch masters can be seen side by side, clearly showing how the Dutch and Spanish thought about religion, beauty, and emotion. A real must if you love art from the Golden Age!
Would you like to see more exhibitions about Rembrandt? In 2019, the life of Rembrandt will be celebrated 350 years after his death. Museums throughout Holland will organise exhibitions to honour his achievements and the special century in which Rembrandt lived. Discover what else you can experience.
Buy your tickets online
Don’t want to stand in line for tickets? Buy your ticket online directly and you will be able to enter through the entrance for visitors who have a presale ticket. It saves a lot of time so that you can enjoy the collection of this beautiful museum even longer.
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