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Rembrandt: The Late Works
Dr Lelia Packer, McCrindle Curatorial Assistant, The National Gallery
Visit to the exhibition Rembrandt: The Late works at the National Gallery
This major exhibition will explore the work produced by Rembrandt from the 1650s until his death in 1669 – a period of unprecedented creativity, when his paintings were at their most expressive and radical, created with broad brushwork and complex layers of paint. It will examine the themes that preoccupied him in later life – self-scrutiny, emotion, conflict and reconciliation, the effects of light and observation of everyday life.
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2