The 17th century house in which Rembrandt lived and worked from 1639 till 1658 is today still to be found in the Jodenbreestraat in Amsterdam. The house in which his son titus was born and his wife Saskia prematurely died is also the place where he painted and made his prints. In 1911 Rembrandt's house became a museum and it now owns and houses almost all of Rembrandt's etchings ( 250 in total). It is unique to see these exhibited in the very same surroundings in which they where created. Also to be found in the museum are a small number of his drawings as well as paintings by his pupils and his teacher (Pieter Lastman)
Once a year a special exhibition is organized.
Guided tours are available on request.
Mon-Sat 10.00 am - 5.00 pm.
Sunday and holiday's 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm.
In association with Amazon.com we can recommend the next books :
The Complete Etchings
Reproduced in Original Size
(First Impressions Series)