Researchers and restorers at Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum
launched a months-long project Monday, using high-tech imaging technology to throw new light on Rembrandt van Rijn's iconic Night Watch.
Researchers and restorers at the Rijksmuseum
in Amsterdam say a project using high-tech imaging technology will throw new light on Rembrandt's masterpiece Night Watch.
Amsterdam's famed Rijksmuseum
will on Monday begin the biggest ever restoration of Rembrandt's "The Night Watch", erecting a huge glass cage around the painting so the public can see the work carried out live.
But a slightly older child will love the way it turns full circle, with the bear moving on to yet another generation, and there is much to discover in the beautiful art work, based on elements from real paintings in Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum
European Museum of the Year award went to Rijksmuseum
Boerhaave from Holland and Council of Europe Museum Award, which went to Wartime Childhood Museum in 2018, went to Communication Museum from Bern this year.
Taco Dibbits talks to Thomas Marks about the Rijksmuseum
's year-long celebration of Rembrandt, and why he is encouraging audiences to make subtle connections between the artist's life and work
, which showcases significant artworks of Dutch artists such as Rembrandt, Johannes Vermeer and Jan Steen, is likewise located in Amsterdam.
The pieces that will be on display include works from The Leiden Collection, which celebrates 17th century Dutch and Flemish art, the Musee du louvre in Paris, the Rijksmuseum
in Amsterdam -- national museum of the Netherlands, and the Bibliotheque Nationale de France, the national museum of France.
'The Night Watch' by which artist was slashed the Rijksmuseum
in Amsterdam in September 1975?
NPM partnered with the Rijksmuseum
from the Netherlands, the Umi-Mori Art Museum and the Museum of Oriental Ceramic from Japan, among several cultural institutes in Taiwan to bring those precious artworks and goods once again to Taiwan.
Pieter Roelofs, a curator at Rijksmuseum
, Amsterdam, observes that Avercamp's use of vantage points and perspective served to "create a more natural space so that the viewer is involved more directly in the events on and around the ice."