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AGNES Collects: Jan Victors’s Ruth and Naomi (1653)
See how Dutch artist, Jan Victors expands upon the artistic innovations of Rembrandt in this painting.
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AGNES Talks: See for Yourself Artist Talk with Carmen Papalia
Carmen Papalia uses organizing strategies and improvisation to address access to public space, the art institution, and visual culture.
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AGNES Talks: See for Yourself Tour with Carmen Papalia
Artist Carmen Papalia along with Agnes Docents guide visitors through the exhibition Leiden circa 1630: Rembrandt Emerges on a 20-minute "See for Yourself” non-visual tour.
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AGNES Collects: Rembrandt van Rijn’s Portrait of a Man with Arms Akimbo (1658)
Dr Jonathan Bikker discusses Rembrandt’s Portrait of a Man with Arms Akimbo (1658)
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AGNES Collects: Willem Drost’s Self-Portrait as Saint John the Evangelist (Around 1655)
Discover a work by one of Rembrandt’s most gifted pupils, Dutch artist, Willem Drost.
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AGNES Talks: Rembrandt and Leiden: New Perspectives Symposium
Panel Discussion from the Rembrandt and Leiden: New Perspectives symposium.
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AGNES Talks: Arthur der Weduwen, “Trading Books in the Age of Rembrandt “
A featured talk from the Rembrandt and Leiden: New Perspectives symposium.
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AGNES Talks: Andrew Weislogel, “The WIRE Project: Crowd-Sourcing Watermark Identification toward a Broader Understanding of Rembrandt’s Etchings”
A featured talk from the Rembrandt and Leiden: New Perspectives symposium.
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AGNES Talks: Jef Schaeps and Mart van Duijn, “The education of a genius. Rembrandt and Leiden University”
A featured talk from the Rembrandt and Leiden: New Perspectives symposium.
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