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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Celebrating Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn's 400th Birthday in 2006

The Year 2006 Marks the 400th birthday of the superb creative person Rembrandt Van Rijn Harmenszoon avant garde Rijn. Max Born on July 15, 2006 in Leyden of the Netherlands, Rembrandt Van Rijn became the top painter of the Dutch Golden Age. He had an astonishing gift of capturing visible light and dark in paint, and was a true Dutch master.

Holland Remembers Rembrandt

Holland is making readyings to observe Rembrandt's birthday with a assortment of celebrations including performances, exhibits and tours. Rembrandt's plant such as as the celebrated "Night Watch" and "Jewish Bride" pictures will be exhibited in the Rijksmuseum of Dutch Capital throughout the twelvemonth 2006. To liven up the exhibits, the museum will also display "fake" pictures that were once thought to be Rembrandt's on March 9, 2006 through May 31, 2006.

Rembrandt's stopping point neckties with Hebraism are revealed in many of his pictures that have got a Biblical theme, which will be on display in an exhibit at the Judaic Historical Museum from November 10, 2006 through February 4, 2007.

Rembrandt fans will be able to tour his birthplace, Leiden, where Rembrandt Van Rijn Van Rijn Van Rijn Van Rijn lived for 25 years. They can also bask musical public presentations about Rembrandt Van Rijn Van Rijn at the Royal Carre Theater in Dutch Capital during July 2006.

A Life of Contributions

The jubilations will not only concentrate on Rembrandt's birth, but also his successes in the fine art world. Rembrandt Van Rijn is known for creating more than than 600 paintings, almost 2,000 drawings and about 300 etchings during his career. Although he had some very unsettling times during his life, Rembrandt Van Rijn still managed to lend fine art that would be enjoyed for many centuries.

Art fans from around the world will be able to research the life of a great creative person and larn about an astonishing time in history.


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