What is Rembrandt Remastered?
Isaak and Rebekka (‘The Jewish Bride’), ca. 1665 - 1669
Thanks to a drawing by Rembrandt we know that the couple depicted here are Isaac (the son of Abraham from the Old Testament) and his wife Rebecca in a nocturnal garden.
Over the years, this painting changed dramatically: craquelure has formed and colours faded. Rembrandt Remastered recovered the original colours and restored the painting digitally to its original glory.
Rembrandt Remastered, the ultimate Rembrandt exhibition
Rembrandt Remastered can offer you all of Rembrandt's 330 paintings, digitally remastered in astonishing quality and life-size. In 400 years' time, Rembrandt's paintings got spread over the world in museums and private collections. To see most of the paintings you must travel to more than 18 countries. On top of that, 52 paintings are inaccessible for the audience. Rembrandt Remastered collected the entire works of the world famous artist.
Travel without moving
Rembrandt Remastered is the only organisation in the world that offers a chronological overview of all Rembrandt’s paintings. It is the only way to see his paintings together in one location, including stolen, disappeared and damaged works. A unique experience for everyone.
In collaboration with the Rembrandt Research Project
Rembrandt Remastered is privileged to work together with professor Ernst van de Wetering, head of the world wide admonished Rembrandt Research Project. The world’s most important Rembrandt specialist is responsible for the composition and content of the Rembrandt Remastered exhibition.
The Rembrandt Research Project was launched in 1968 with the aim of identifying the painter's complete works. It has now been established that the collection numbers 330 paintings. The Rembrandt Remastered exhibition can be regarded as the outcome of decades of intensive research into Rembrandt.
By viewing this complete collection one can finally truly understand and enjoy Rembrandt’s incredible heritage.
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“I can’t paint the way they want me to paint,
and they know that too.”