Intimate Rembrandt at the Jacquemart André Museum
Based around the three paintings by Rembrandt collected by Edouard André and Nelie Jacquemart; The Supper at Emmaus (1629), the Portrait of Princess Amalia van Solms (1632) and the Portrait of Doctor Arnold Tholinx (1656), this exhibition evokes the key moments in the career of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, undisputed master artist of the 17th century Dutch Golden Age. Retracing his stylistic evolution, twenty paintings and thirty graphic works reveal the intimate side of his creative process, allowing you to approach the heart of an astonishing artistic vision. But as Rembrandt's life was inseparably intertwined with his work, Intimate Rembrandt also allows a better understanding of the man himself. JR.
Intimate Rembrandt at the Musée Jacquemart André, until January 23rd, 2017
158 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris 8th
Open daily from 10:00 to 18:00
Late opening Monday night until 20:30
Photo: Intimate Rembrandt - Musée Jacquemart André