This large exhibition traces the phenomenon of Rembrandt, whose unique artistic expression has impressed and influenced artists until today.
In the 350th year of Rembrandt's death, the Kupferstich-Kabinett celebrates one of the most creative and radical artists of all time: With his free, unmistakable stroke, he created pictorial worlds that speak of his almost inexhaustible interest in nature, be it the outer or the inner of man.
Rembrandt remains timelessly enthralling through the selection and unconventional interpretation of Christian and profane pictorial themes, his humorous intellect as well as his willingness to experiment - especially in the use of graphic techniques. The unique Dresden collection forms the basis of an exhibition that focuses on Rembrandt as a draftsman and printmaker and is complemented by valuable international loans. About 100 works from all creative periods will be shown, including two famous portraits from the Old Masters Picture Gallery.
Further information: https://kupferstich-kabinett.skd.museum/en/exhibitions/rembrandts-strich/