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Tech & Science Giant-Rembrandt goes to travel

20:35  03 may  2021
20:35  03 may  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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five months before the start of the Great Rembrandt exhibition at the Städel Museum travels one of the main works from Frankfurt to Canada. On Monday, "the glare Simsons" was packed for transport. The two times three meters of paintings from the year 1636 will be in the exhibition "Rembrandt in Amsterdam. Creativity and Competition »shown in National Gallery Ottawa.

Das Gemälde «Die Blendung Simsons (1636)» des Malers Rembrandt von Rijn im Kunstmuseum Städel. © Arne Dedert / DPA The painting «The glare Simsons (1636)» of the painter Rembrandt by Rijn in the Kunstmuseum Städel.

Afterwards the show is under the title "calls me Rembrandt!" to see on the main. After the exhibition had been postponed for the Corona Pandemic 2020, it should be shown from 6 October 2021 to 30 January 2022. Topic is Rembrand's rise to international fame in his years in Amsterdam. In addition to works from the inventory of the Städel are loaning in international museums and collections.

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