Rembrandt Huis

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  • Day40

    Museum het Rembrandthuis

    October 15, 2015 in the Netherlands

    Our last day in Amsterdam was a real hodge podge of poking around the old town centre and visiting a few of the places for which our city card provided access. One of the best was Rembrandt Haus which was interesting. A few paintings but the main attraction was the house itself which was set up, as far as possible, to be the same as when he lived and worked there. His studio and printing room were the pick - with demonstrations in each at regular intervals. We had no problems getting into any of the museums and attractions we visited. There was a bit of a line here and there, but nothing serious. On the other hand, if we had wanted to see Anne Frank's house we would have been out of luck. You have to book months in advance even in the off season. (and you certainly have to pay separately, no city pass for this one). Another nice meal to finish off our stay - we ate at three different restaurants over the four nights and they were all very good.Read more

  • Day9

    Rembrandt's house

    October 2, 2018 in the Netherlands ⋅ ☀️ 16 °C

    The house where the artist lived and worked. First is the house, then his studio and his students' studio. It be okay for his portraits hanging by in the house. Then a couple etchings: Three Trees, probably his most famous, and several other examples. There was a demonstration of printing of etchings while I was there. The skyline print toward the bottom was done me as I watched, using a reproduction press made from a design of the period and a modern reproduction of an original Rembrandt copper plate etching.Read more

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