Exhibition: Jewels at the Russian Court – in Amsterdam

Love visiting exhibitions on jewels, portraits, fashion? Then this one on jewelry created for and worn at the Russian courts may delight you. However: you need to hurry as it closes 27th of September. This exhibition opened 14th September, was supposed to end 15th of March, but of course Covid19 interfered.

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Is the bearded man another Rembrandt?

The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford currently hosts an exhibition about “young Rembrandt”. As is often the case: research and preparations for this exhibition may have led to a new discovery. A work called “Head of a Bearded Man” may have been painted by either one of Rembrandt’s students, or the artist himself.

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The Hague Mauritshuis: revisiting George Stubbs

If you follow this blog, you know a small but fascinating exhibition on George Stubbs opened at the The Hague Mauritshuis in February. “The Man, The Horse, The Obsession” was to close on 31st of May 2020? COVID19 intervened and the exhibition will now close 30th of August 2020.

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‘Girl going’ – in Laren

Singer Laren announced it received a “Girl going” – or rather: it was donated a painting called “Gehendes Mädchen”. This is a work by one of my favourite artists: Max Liebermann. The work is currently displayed in the museum’s exhibition “Liebermann in Laren”.

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