|Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam. The artist and his family occupied only the central structure for some seventeen years.|
|Rembrandt's House has changed little in 400 years.|
|Self-portrait, Rembrandt van Rijn|
ca. 1629-30, painted at the age of
23; probably his third self-portrait.
|The Rembrandt Family--the artist, Saskia, his wife and three daughters as they would have appeared when living in the Rembrandt House. By 1665-68, when this was painted, all those depicted (from memory) had been dead for about ten years.|
|Where Rembrandt called home. Most of the pieces are original |
to the house except for the bed, which is a copy.
|Rembrandt's paints. Take some clays; grind them|
to a fine powder; add oil--instant masterpieces.