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Rembrandt's 'Self Portrait at the Age of 34'

Experience the collection like never before with our new exclusive National Treasures film series. In this episode, we discover Rembrandt's brilliance as we delve into his 'Self Portrait at the Age of 34'.

  • 10-minute film
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Led by Justine Rinnooy Kan, former Dorset Curatorial Fellow at the National Gallery, this exclusive film grants you unprecedented access to Rembrandt's iconic work.

Here, Rembrandt carefully illuminates the skin of his face, portraying the early signs of aging and imperfections that add a sense of realism to the portrait.

Join us as we unravel the enigmatic layers of his self-portrait, a captivating piece that stands as a testament to the Dutch master's exceptional talent. 

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Justine Rinnooy Kan

Justine Rinnooy Kan is Curator at Mauritshuis in Den Haag (The Hague), Netherlands, and previously The Dorset Curatorial Fellow (1600-1800) at the National Gallery.

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