Rembrandt van Rijn | Why the Dutch Master Remains Relevant

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Otto Naumann, Gary Schwartz, Leonore van Sloten and Arthur Wheelock held a fascinating discussion on Rembrandt van Rijn, organized in honor of the Dutch master's Abraham and the Angels, 1646, which holds a nearly unbroken provenance and is one of the last important paintings by the artist to change hands. Our panel of experts traced the artist’s history and weighed the question: Why is Rembrandt still so relevant today? Abraham and the Angels is a highlight of Masters Week at Sotheby’s and will be on offer in the Master Paintings & Sculpture Part I auction (28 January 2021, New York). Learn More:

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