Rembrandt's changing impressions

Friday 12 July 2019,
Stevenson Lecture Theatre
Tickets £8
Members/Concessions £6

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An evening lecture by Olenka Horbatsch, curator of Rembrandt: thinking on paper.

A prolific painter, printmaker and draftsman, Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) is among the best-loved artists of seventeenth-century Holland. His ceaseless experimentation is particularly evident in his printmaking: he manipulated his copperplates, experimented with inks, and used unconventional papers, which resulted in unprecedented atmospheric effects and singular impressions.

In conjunction with the exhibition Rembrandt: thinking on paper., this talk examines Rembrandt’s experimental and innovative approaches to printmaking in historical context.

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