Self-portrayal, seduction, joy and sorrow – Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606–1669) studied the human body from every perspective. His sharp eye detected every mime and gesture and expressed them powerfully in his art.
The exhibition provides an overview of the Dutch master’s printed works. They tell of life and transience, of human power and powerlessness.
The extensive selection of exquisite etchings by Rembrandt from the Veste Coburg’s important Department of Prints and Drawings Collection ranges from his fascinating self-portraits right through to Biblical scenes and genre paintings.
Includes a secondary programme of events. Catalogue available.