23 June 2021

Rembrandt’s Night Watch: Rijksmuseum Recreates Original Lost Composition

Rembrandt’s The Night Watch has been recreated in its original form for the first time in 300 years. Visitors to Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam can now see the reconstructed composition uniting several sections cut from the painting over the centuries.

TEFAF Maastricht Cancels 2021 Art Fair – Rijksmuseum Examines Slavery Past – Robot pAInts Her Way Into Art History 

TEFAF Maastricht Cancels 2021 Art Fair – Rijksmuseum Examines Slavery Past Through Art – Robot pAInts Her Way Into Art History 

15 February 2020

Caravaggio / Bernini: Baroque Wonderment Vivacity And Horror – Sue Hubbard

Most great artistic movements begin as a reaction to the art and times that precede them. Impressionism in the 19th century. Surrealism, Dadaism and the YBAs in the 20th c. Baroque began in Rome around 1600 in response to the austere 17th-century Protestant culture of the Netherlands.

16 February 2019

All the Rembrandts Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam – Sue Hubbard

With his Bob Dylan mop of curls and pug nose, he looks every inch the rebellious teenager that he was.

13 November 2018

Rijksmuseum Marks 350th Anniversary of Rembrandt’s Death With New Exhibition

Rijksmuseum marks the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death in 2019 with ‘Year of Rembrandt’. The year-long celebration opens with All the Rembrandts (15 February to 10 June)

11 March 2018

High Society: Four Centuries Of Lavish Portraiture – Rijks Museum – Paul Carter Robinson

High Society is a survey exhibition highlighting thirty-five portraits of the rich, famous and powerful of the day.

10 October 2016

Hercules Segers And Frans Post: A Very Contemporary Golden Age At Rijksmuseum

The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam is currently presenting a particularly experimental and mysterious artist from the Dutch Golden Age: Hercules Segers. This exhibition is the first complete exploration of the artist’s oeuvre, piecing together the fascinating strands of Segers’ practice in an attempt to separate fact from the apocryphal. The show is also rather neatly juxtaposed with […]

25 September 2014


Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Transforms With Inaugural 20th Century Photography Exhibition

After ten years of renovation, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the national museum of Dutch culture and history, reopened in April 2013. Since then over 4 million visitors have marvelled at this stunning 19th century building and its world-famous collection. The final stage of the museum’s transformation is the re-opening of the Philips Wing. The Philips […]

26 November 2013


Paintings by Frank Auerbach And Rembrandt Move To The Rijksmuseum

Frank Auerbach: “Rembrandt is a miraculous draftsman of life in motion and one of the first painters who really moved me. He never stopped being important to me.” Following in a tradition of special displays of works by artists inspired by the Rijksmuseum’s world famous collection of Dutch Masters, six paintings by Frank Auerbach will go […]

3 October 2013


Ordovas Stages Joint Exhibition With Rijksmuseum Of Rembrandt And Auerbach

The Rijksmuseum and Ordovas are staging a unique joint exhibition in the autumn, centred around paintings and etchings by Rembrandt on loan from the collection of the Rijksmuseum, in conversation with paintings by Frank Auerbach. Raw Truth: Auerbach-­‐Rembrandt will open to the public from 4 October to 1 December 2013 at Ordovas, Savile Row, London […]

8 April 2013


Van Gogh Museum Reopens Doors Shortly After Rijksmuseum Relaunch

The Netherlands have been busy with a long over due modernisation programme. Two major museums which have seen complete renovation are The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which reopened last week and the Van Gogh Museum nearby.  The Rijksmuseum is home to some of the worlds greatest masterpieces including Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals and other figures of […]

6 March 2013


Rijksmuseum Collaborates On New Rembrandt Graphic Novel By Typex

For the past few decades graphic novels have come into their own covering a broad range of subjects from the Holocaust to Superheroes  Now the 17th century artist Rembrandt is featured in a new publication in collaboration with the  Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Rembrandt is regarded as one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European history […]