Rembrandt

Many famous paintings that have gone by different names over the years.
The Allentown Art Museum is reporting that their Portrait of a Young Woman (1632), long attributed to the workshop of Rembrandt van Rijn, is, in fact, a true Rembrandt.
Researchers are refuting a 2018 theory that one thing that gave Leonardo da Vinci an artistic advantage was exotropia, a rare condition that results in a slight misalignment of the eye.
Landscape with Three Trees, Rembrandt’s largest etched landscape, a masterful combination of technical virtuosity and skillful composition, was recently acquired by the Princeton University Art…
150 miles north of London, in the stately Chatsworth House of Derbyshire, lies one of the most significant collections of art and objects in Europe. The famed Devonshire collection has been passed…
There is much to celebrate about the life and work of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, the famed Dutch master. Prolific and ground-breaking in drawing, printmaking and painting, Rembrandt was adept at…
Life in the Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Masterpieces from the Dordrecht Museum, on view at the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA), is the result of an innovative international partnership with Dordrecht Museum…

In this episode of Masterworks: Expert Voices, join famed dealer, collector, and Sotheby’s Senior Vice President Otto Naumann in an introduction to Rembrandt’s Study of the Head and Clasped…