The life and times of Rembrandt: Self Portrait at the Age of 63

BSL – interpreted talk

Friday 23 March, 6.30–7.30pm

Sainsbury Wing Information Desk

Alan Murray and Rob Chalk

Admission free

Tickets are strictly limited – please email for tickets and meeting information. Tickets are prioritised for BSL speakers and visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Many of the remarkable changes in fortune and family circumstances which made up Rembrandt’s life story can be traced through a closer look at his paintings in the National Gallery. 

Join deaf lecturer Alan Murray and interpreter Rob Chalk to explore these great works, spanning the highs of the Dutch Golden Age to the lows of personal tragedy and financial hardship which pervaded his later years.

BSL - interpreted talk

Throughout the year, free talks are given in British Sign Language by deaf lecturers or in spoken English with BSL interpretation.

Image above: Detail from Rembrandt, Self Portrait at the Age of 63,1669