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In conjunction with the exhibition Rembrandt thinking on paper (British Museum: Gallery 90, 7 February – 4 August 2019), this study day at the Warburg Institute is an in-depth exploration and re-evaluation of Rembrandt’s graphic oeuvre, intended for graduate students, post-graduate researchers, curators and museum professionals. The morning programme comprises six lectures pertaining to questions of production, collecting, reception, cataloguing and connoisseurship of Rembrandt’s prints and drawings.

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Registration: £8 standard | £5 concessions (students and unwaged)
 

For more information please contact: Olenka Horbatsch - Monument Trust Curator of Dutch, Flemish & German Prints and Drawings, The British Museum
ohorbatsch@britishmuseum.org

Image credit: Rembrandt, Portrait of Cornelis Claesz. Anslo, 1640. Red chalk heightened with white, incised for transfer. The British Museum, 1848,0911.138