26 septembre 2020

New room presents works related to the man who built the Mauritshuis

Jan de Baen, Portrait of Johan Maurits (1604-1679), Count of Nassau-Siegen, Founder of the Mauritshuis, c. 1668 - 1670. © 2020 Mauritshuis THE HAGUE.- From today, the Mauritshuis in The Hague presents a new permanent display in one of the rooms of the museum. The room contains works related to Johan Maurits, Count of Nassau-Siegen and the man who built the Mauritshuis in the 17th century. The Mauritshuis previously considered Johan Maurits primarily from an art historical perspective; this new display also... [Lire la suite]

28 décembre 2016

Cantor Arts Center exhibition presents exquisite Dutch Golden Age prints by Rembrandt van Rijn and his peers

Works by master printmakers, including Rembrandt and his peers, are on view in “The Wonder of Everyday Life: Dutch Golden Age Prints” at Cantor Arts Center at Stanford. Courtesy Cantor Arts Center STANFORD, CA.- The Cantor Arts Center is presenting The Wonder of Everyday Life: Dutch Golden Age Prints, a major exhibition running through March 20. The approximately 55 works on view, by Rembrandt van Rijn and his Dutch peers, were created during an extraordinary moment in the history of prints, when unprecedented economic... [Lire la suite]